2,084 photos. The Brandywine Trail is a roughly 30-mile route that follows the course of the Brandywine River down to Brandywine Creek State Park on the outskirts of Wilmington. Brandywine Valley Trail in the park is a wide easy trail about 2.9 miles long, most of which is a carriage road. Despite its short length, the East Branch Brandywine Trail is a great experience for hikers and bikers. (Google directions below). It terminates on the north end at the Rocky run trail and at the south end at the Brandywine Trail. The crops go back to the 1600's when the land was deeded to William Penn. Anglers can fish for small mouth bass, bluegill, and crappie in Brandywine Creek and for trout in Wilsons Run. Make sure your dog is on a leash, there is a heavy fine! Best River Trails in Brandywine Creek State Park. Rolling hills and woodlands along the banks of the Brandywine, with 12 miles of hiking trails, disc golf, picnic pavilions and nature center. To the left is the Brandywine River and to the right is a field of soybeans, something I have never seen in this area. The Brandywine Trail. The highlight is hiking to the High Knob Fire Tower for a spectacular view. Brandywine Creek and Rocky Hill Loop [PRIVATE PROPERTY] is a 6.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Wilmington, Delaware that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. This was my favorite trail in the park. Site of Civil War reenactments in the spring. Directions: Brandywine Recreation Area is located in eastern West Virginia, east of Franklin along SR 33. Brandywine Falls is located at 8176 Brandywine Road in Sagamore Hills Township. These trails can be linked to trails and gravel roads in the Hone Quarry and North River areas just over the ridge in Virginia. Longwall Trail (Hiking, Biking) The Longwall Trail is a short linear 1.1 mile trail that highlights steep rocky slopes on the east side of the Brandywine River. 994 reviews ... Beautiful and a great place for a easy hike. The trail is primarily used for hiking and running. The Mason-Dixon Trail is a 195.9-mile (315.3 km), blue-blazed footpath that connects the Appalachian Trail with the Brandywine Trail, passing through Gifford Pinchot State Park and White Clay Creek Preserve in Pennsylvania and White Clay Creek State Park in Delaware. matt zapp reviewed Brandywine Creek Inner Loop. The 1.5-mile Brandywine Gorge Trail lets you explore beyond the waterfall. ... #2 - Brandywine Creek River Loop. About 30 per cent of the "trail" is a route marked along public roads; the remainder is actual trail. The boardwalk may be closed during icy conditions. https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/delaware/brandywine-creek-river-loop Hiking the Trail. The latest addition to Chester County's section of "The Circuit," an ambitious network of greenways that will one day span southeast PA, the trail has a smooth, paved surface suited for cycling, hiking and parents pushing young children in strollers. Visiting. Dogs are also able to use this trail … Brandywine Falls is open daily from dawn to dusk. Hike is approximately 5 miles total. Brandywine Water Trail, when complete, will be a 22-mile bi-state recreational water route that connects communities, improving access to the Brandywine for increased water recreational use.The Brandywine Conservancy is partnering with the Chester County Planning Commission to study the feasibility of a formal Water Trail along the Brandywine—already a popular destination for