It seems like it would be easy - lay down some tar on an old railroad right-of-way for a few miles, and you have a nice multi-use trail. The reality: it takes years - hundreds of hours spent by local and state government officials, a huge financial commitment, countless hours of volunteer work, and pledges for decades of on-going maintenance.
Join us and Owen Prusack, Chester County Regional Park Superintendent and responsible for the Chester Vally Trail, to learn about the many challenges and rewards associated with the creation and preservation of the Trail. Also hear about future plans for the trail, connections to the local trail network, and the importance of trails such as those on our preserves in helping maintain a high quality of living.
For more information please call 610-647-5380.
Refreshments will be served following the program. The public is welcome.