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Experiencing Local Parks

Hike, walk, have a jog, take the kids and a picnic

Hildacy Farm Preserve Loop -  Length 1.8 mi Elevation gain 157 ft.
Discover this 1.8-mile loop trail. It takes an average of 40 min to complete. Great for walking, exploring, exercising and peaceful times. The trail is open year-round.

Louis W. Scott Memorial Park - Length 1.4 mi Elevation gain 36 ft.
A fairly easy trail, it takes an average of 26 min to complete. This trail is great for hiking, running, and walking, and it's unlikely you'll encounter many other people while exploring.

Ridley Creek State Park - 14 various trails
This park encompasses 2,600 acres of Delaware County woodlands and meadows. The gently rolling terrain of the park, bisected by Ridley Creek, is an oasis of open space and is also a popular destination for trout fishing. Visitors interested in the local history can visit the Colonial Plantation, a living museum that is open on weekends from April - November.

Rose Tree Park
The park is situated on 120 acres and features grassy rolling hills, woodlands, an outdoor gazebo that houses popular summer festivals, picnic areas, and more. You can visit three historic buildings in the park: the Leedom House, the Hunt Club, and the former Rose Tree Tavern which houses the Delaware County Visitor's Bureau. The old tavern was built in 1737 and appears on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Glen Providence Park - 5 trails
Glen Providence is a 33-acre park between Media Borough and Upper Providence. The park was originally dedicated as a bird sanctuary and visitors can still enjoy bird watching, walking, hiking, fishing and more. Most trails within the park lead to the scenic pond at the park’s center.

  • Hildacy Farm Preserve Loop
  • Glen Providence Park
  • Rose Tree
  • Ridley Creek State Park