The Brandywine Creek Greenway

The Brandywine Creek Greenway is hosted by twenty-five municipalities along the east and west branches of the Brandywine Creek in Chester and Delaware Counties, PA and is a conservation planning initiative of the Brandywine Conservancy. The Brandywine Creek and its surrounding landscapes function as a linear greenway with over 36,000 acres of protected open space, one National Historical Park, one state Scenic Byway, three major state parks, over forty municipal parks, and 68 miles of trails and sidewalks situated throughout the corridor. The Brandywine Creek Greenway connects into a comprehensive network of greenways, open space, and trails to the north in the Pennsylvania Highlands Greenway, to the south in the Delaware Greenways system, and to the east in the Circuit trail network of Greater Philadelphia.

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