Struble Trail

2.65 Miles

Trail Description

Named for the late Robert G. Struble, a teacher, conservationist, county commissioner and Brandywine Valley Association executive director, the pretty trail parallels the East Branch of Brandywine Creek for a short distance. The trail begins right near the downtown section of the pleasant borough of Downingtown right off Norwood Rd. Traveling north, the trail cuts its way through pleasant wooded areas that provide a pristine setting in this rural section of Southeastern Pennsylvania. You will be obliged to cross only one road during this journey—Dowlin Forge Road—which doesn’t see much traffic. Currently, the trail connects to the 2-mile Uwchlan Trail just beyond Dowlln Forge road crossing on the right. Currently the trail ends just south of Marsh Creek Park. However there are loose plans to develop it further to the north in the future.

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