Radnor Trail

The Radnor Trail -- also known as the P&W trail -- runs along what was once part of the corridor for the Philadelphia & Western Railway Company (P&W). P&W maintained the line until 1956, and then it became and remained abandoned until the early 2000s, when it was renovated and turned into the now-popular multipurpose Radnor Trail, where local residents can enjoy some of their favorite outdoor recreational activities. Utilized year round, the trail has been a welcomed addition to the list of highly valued recreational facilities of Radnor Township. Please refer to the Trail’s list of user recommendations on etiquette and responsibility.

There are 7 entrances to the trail including : Brook Road,
Conestoga Road, Gallagher Road,the John Cappelli Golf Range,
Radnor Chester Road, Sugartown Road,
and West Wayne Avenue 

Features & Amenities

The 2.4-mile trail runs from Radnor-Chester
Road to Sugartown Road at Route 30. With several key connections located along the part-macadam, part-crushed stone trail surface, trail users can walk, run or cycle through this serene, wooded area en route to local retail centers and residential neighborhoods. Located in proximity to other Circuit Trails, future plans include extending this route to connect with the Chester Valley Trail and Valley Forge National Historical Park to the north, and the John Heinz Refuge Trails to the south.

A parking lot with a temporary restroom is available at the Conestoga Road entrance to the trail and along Brooke Road. Dog walking is permitted on the trail, though all dogs must be on a leash.
Radnor Trail
520 Conestoga Road
Wayne, PA 19087

Contact: 610-688-5600

Dawn to Dusk