Trail Maps of Chester County Parks

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Black Rock Sanctuary - Phoenixville

One of 16 de-silting basins found along the Schuylkill River, consisting of wetlands, woodlands, and meadows. The basin is dedicated to wildlife habitat and public use. Opportunities to discover the history, geology, wildlife, plant life, and habitats of the basin are available. The interpretive trail contains fun and educational stations. A PFBC access at the north end provides river access for boating and fishing.
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 Hibernia Park

- Wagontown

Located four miles north of Coatesville off Route 82 is the Hibernia County Park. Trails, play areas, woodlands, meadows, open fields, pavilions, camping, and picnic areas are strewn throughout. Popular fishing sites include the Brandywine Creek’s west branch, Birch Run, and a children’s pond. Small boating and fishing occur on the 90-acre Chambers Lake. Hibernia Mansion, home of Colonial Franklin Swayne, is open for public tours on Sunday afternoons, from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
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Nottingham Park

- West Nottingham Twp

The park is located four miles south of Oxford off Route 1 Bypass in southwestern Chester County. The park sits atop an out-cropping of serpentine stone greater than one square mile in size. It is one of the largest serpentine barrens on the East Coast. A popular picnicking park, which offers nine pavilions, as well as informal picnic areas, play lots and rugged trails. Fishing is available in the two ponds for bass and pan fish.
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Springton Manor Farm

- Glenmoore

Located five miles west of Downingtown off Route 322 is the Springton Manor Farm. Initially part of a William Penn Manor, Springton has been in agricultural use since the early 1700s. On this demonstration farm, you can meet the animals. An interpretive nature trail ends at a catch and release fishing pond. The elegant Manor House overlooks the 300 acre property.
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Warwick Park

- Pottstown

The Warwick County Park is located four miles west of Route 100 off Route 23 in the village of Knauertown. Warwick’s woodlands provided much of the timber for charcoal used in the early American iron industry. A portion of the French Creek meanders through the land. An ideal site for nature study, the Horse-Shoe Trail, extending from Valley Forge to the Appalachian Trail, adds length to the numerous miles of multi-use park trails. A children’s play area, two picnic pavilions and an informal volleyball court also fill the park.
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Wolf's Hollow Park

- Atglen

Five miles northwest of Routes 10 and 41 in Cochranville are Wolf’s Hollow’s 569 acres bounded on the north and west sides by the Octoraro Creek. The entrance off Schoff Road leads to a trailhead parking lot. The 7.9 miles of trails within the park are for hiking only.
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