This 180 acre, dog friendly nature preserve located along the Ridley Creek was once part of one of the first Native American reservations in the colonies. The preserve accounts for 155 acres of William Penn’s land grant to the Okehocking tribe of the Lenni-Lenape who sought a place where they would not be mistreated. Today, visitors will find meadows, uplands, wetlands, Ridley Creek riparian areas, and mature woods, There’s 7 miles of trails to explore, along with paths leading down to picturesque views along the calm clear water. You can hike to a restored stone barn, climb to the top of a hill that overlooks the entire preserve and let your dog off the leash in their leash free field.
Trails: 7 mi, natural surface