Doylestown has a network of 30 miles of completed trails and side paths for use by bicyclists and pedestrians. The Doylestown Community Bike and Hike System will continue the effort to develop the proposed additional trails as grants and donations permit. View the complete history!
Central Park Trails
Within Central Park, there are 4.77 miles of trails. This segment connects to trails in Doylestown Station and Morgan Hill Developments along Rolling Hill Blvd. and New Britain Road. It also connects to Turk Road and Bomaca Drive and across Easton Road north. From there is loops back along South Easton Road to the Heritage Trail. From trails in Central Park, you can easily connect to the Neshaminy Greenway Trail across Wells Road. This section of trail connects to the 202 Parkway Trail. Paralleling along Wells Road the trails from Central Park also connect to the Destination Doylestown Trail, Lower State Road Trail and the 202 Parkway Trail.
Enjoy a walk or ride from the Doylestown SEPTA train Station. This is one of the original on road and trail segments of our trail system. This 1.44 mile of on road and trail takes you through the Borough from the SEPTA Station up Clinton Street to Court Street out Court Street to Memorial Drive. From Memorial Drive you can take the trail along State Street past Doylestown Hospital to the entrance of Delaware Valley University. You can also follow the trail through the campus connecting from Lower State Road. There is a Farm Market on Campus where you can stop in for some fresh produce, sandwiches or ice cream. From there you can walk or ride along Lower State Road back into the Borough or head out to the 202 Parkway.
Destination Peace Valley
Take a stroll or ride along the 1.47 miles of trail that connects Covered Bridge Park in New Britain Borough along the Pine Run Reservoir in the Township and along Keeley Ave. and Iron Hill Road to Shady Retreat Road. Look for information kiosk on the flora and fauna at the Pine Run.
This portion of trail begins at New Britain Road and S. Easton Road and parallels S. Easton to Turk Road. This trail easily connects to Rolling Hill Blvd. and the backside of Central Park. It also loops back along Turk Road to Sauerman Road. At this location, a bike/hiker can head towards Bomaca Drive or towards S. Easton Road.
Lower State Road
The Lower State Road Trail is 1.26 miles long and runs between Memorial Drive and the 202 Parkway. This trail connects to a trail through Doylestown Hospital via Memorial Drive and to the trail system through Delaware Valley University.
The Neshaminy Greenway Trail is part of the Circuit System, one of America’s largest trail networks right in our backyard. The goal is to connect 800 miles to the Circuit. The Neshaminy Greenway portion is 1.42 miles long and connects from the New Britain (SEPTA) Train Station along Almshouse Road along through Beulah Cemetery across Upper State Road through the Chalfont New Britain Sewer Treatment Plant Property and along the Neshaminy Creek to the 202 Parkway Trail. From its intersection with the 202 Parkway Trail a bike/hiker can go east to Central Park or West to Montgomeryville.
Shady Retreat Road
From the Hospital Trail, a connection to Shady Retreat Road can be made to Broad Street. At Broad Street, the trail continues north to Sandy Ridge Road or on road south into Doylestown Borough. When riding in Doylestown Borough watch for Share the Road signs and Sharrows.
The 202 Park Trail is 10 miles long and begins at the Walt Berry Trail Head off New Britain Road. There is a kiosk and bike repair station at Lower State Road and the Parkway. The trail goes north and south from Doylestown to the park and ride lot at Rt. 309 in Montgomery Township.