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This park is over 1300 acres in size and houses a uniquely diverse range of biodiversity, making it great for nature observation. There are 6+ miles of trails in this day-use only park. Opportunities to learn about the biodiversity here are...more
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I love the trails here but was very disappointed when I realized that you cant take your dogs on any trail except for the main path that is concrete. Pretty disappointed when we got there and had to turn around.
I went hiking on a warm muggy Sunday , The one saving grace was most of the trail is covered by the trees so that makes it very tolerable. I try to remember To bring my hiking walking stick and I was glad that I...More
I love coming to this park! Peaceful, beautiful and you can make your walk as challenging as you want to. Here they are all about protecting the wildlife and I can appreciate that. So no pets on the main trails, you have to stay on...More
Gorgeous tree canopy covered trails. Nicely maintained. Beautiful views of the lake and good change you’ll see wildlife. Maps and benches along the way so you know where you are. It was drizzling rain the whole time we hiked and we didn’t really get wet...More
OK, perhaps I shouldn't be talking up Radnor Lake.....there are already enough people visiting this beauty. Let's just skip this site because you won't mind missing an incredible day walk around this beautiful, tiny lake. Yeah, the trees, flowers, the lake, animals, nature and the...More
Only being here once, I feel I can't give it a five as I'm not sure of many of the things to do. This was the closest state park to where we are staying so I decided to go here. Based on some reviews of...More
The numerous shaded trails at Radnor Lake make it ideal place to get a great walk in without extensive time in the direct sunlight. I have a bad knee so being able to walk trains and avoid the concrete as well as the sun is...More
I love this place. Weekly walks thru the park is so calming and I love the wildlife that you see. from deer walking 5 ft from you to the owls and turtles along with the occasional fox or other animals.
I love that there are...More