Expand Trails & Pathways

A Leader in Developing Trails and Pathways for Delaware’s Communities.

Delaware Greenways has been involved with developing walking and biking trails for over 25 years.  We are working on many projects to develop trails and pathways throughout the state.

In addition to our other work in trail development, Delaware Greenways has formed a planning coalition to develop a larger Northern Delaware Trail network funded by a generous grant from the William Penn Foundation.  These new trails will connect communities and important places like our beautiful parks and natural areas and Pennsylvania’s Circuit Trail.

Read the Press Release

Learn about Future Trails of Northern Delaware

A Look at What Else We Do to Develop New Trails

  • We educate government officials and others about the benefits of creating more trails and pathways.
  • We push for more funding and improved regulations and processes.
  • We feed ideas for new trails and pathway projects into the government process.
  • In some cases we take on specific trail projects.  We work with government agencies and private land owners to piece together segments of land that link together to form new trails.

Contact us below to join our efforts or share your ideas.


What We’re Working on Now

  • Taking the lead on sections of future Hockessin/Yorklyn Area Trails (including connections to School 107, the Library, and the Auburn Valley Trail)
  • Cosponsoring the annual Walkable Bikeable Delaware Summit (since 2011)
  • Working with the state to improve maintenance and signage at trail and road crossings
  • Distributing our new Brandywine Hundred Walking Map
  • Developing a new web tool for the Northern Delaware Greenway

We are a major partner in the development of many state sponsored trail networks.  Click here to learn more