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 Hibernia County Park

Universal Access and Easy Walking paths 45 minutes away 

Click here for the Chester County webpage on the park, including their map

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A Flat 2.6 mile multi-use stone dust path

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A Flat 1.2 mile stone dust walking path.

Basic facilities: All paths start from the southern parking lot at the northern end of the park. There are accessible parking spots there, as well as accessible restrooms.

Other park features: The park includes benches and picnic tables.  

 

Overview map: Click here for an overview map of the park, including all paths and trails included in Kennett Outdoors. 

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 Rim Trail

A Flat 2.6 mile stone dust multi-use path

Effort: This 2 mile s.6tone dust multi-use path merits an Overall Grade Rating of Flat. Click the map below for more detailed information, and click here for information on our grade rating system and how we use grades to establish effort.

Stress: This 10' wide stone dust path is rated as no stress for most users.

Universal Access: The path meets standards for Universal Access Trails

Other features: This is a quiet, wooded path, paralleling a branch of the Brandywine along part of the way.

Connections: There are connections to natural trails along this path. 

Getting there: Click here (or on the map) for directions to the trailhead.

Trail maps: To open a map in a new window, click here.  

  • Click Home to re-center the map on the trail. 

  • Click Your Location to track your progress while you hike.

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 Lake Trail

A Flat 1.2 mile stone dust walking path

Effort: This 1.2 mile stone dust walking path merits an Overall Grade Rating of Flat. Click the map below for more detailed information, and click here for information on our grade rating system and how we use grades to establish effort.

Stress: This 6' wide paved walking path is rated as no stress for most users.

Universal Access: The path meets standards for Universal Access Trails

Other features: This is a quiet, wooded, path.  It includes interesting interpretative stations and lookouts.

Connections: There are connections to natural trails along this path. 

Getting there: Click here (or on the map) for directions to the trailhead.

Trail maps: To open a map in a new window, click here.  

  • Click Home to re-center the map on the trail. 

  • Click Your Location to track your progress while you hike.

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Your location

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