We are very fortunate to live in an area that has many wonderful parks to enjoy. Due to the Covid-19 crisis, parks are seeing their highest visitations ever as people are looking to get outside. Please be respectful of others and their space. Always Practice Social Distancing. Keep your dog on a leash at all times. If the parking lot is full come back later. Don't block driveways or park in the road.
The Delaware State Park system ranges from the Auburn Valley to Brandywine to Bellevue to White Clay State Park. Nature organizations like the Delaware Nature Society has several places to stretch your legs. The Ashland Nature Center is a great place to look for spring flowers. Their DEEC center on the Wilmington waterfront has a boardwalk trail that goes all the way to New Castle. The White Clay Preserve in Pennsylvania is perfect for exploring natural lands and creek beds. The Land Conservancy of Southern Chester County has many properties to get out and enjoy nature from Kennett Township to Frankiln Township. If you live near West Chester your welcome to stroll over 300 cares at the Myrick Conservation Center, head quarters of the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance. One of my favorite trails is The Conservancy's property off 82, the Marshall Mill House Trail.
If you enjoy walking any of these properties please consider becoming a member of the host organizations. Many non-profits are suffering economically due to this crisis. They've had to cancel events, activities and are worried they won't be able to hold summer camps.