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Chester Valley Trail

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Trail Information

Officially opened September 21, 2010, the trail is maintained by Chester County Parks and Recreation.  The 4.2 mile fully-accessible trail is paved and 10-12 feet wide in an approximately 66-foot wide right-of-way. Crosswalks are provided at street crossings with bollards to slow trail traffic before the crossings and to restrict access by motorized vehicles. The present trail runs from Valley Creek Boulevard to Route 29.   View Chester Valley Trail Map here.

Access Points in East Whiteland Township

  • N. Bacton Hill Road
  • Phoenixville Pike
  • East Whiteland Township Building
  • Route 401
  • Malin Station Road
  • Trail leading from the cul de sac on Winding Way
  • Route 29

Parking Available

  • Battle of the Clouds Park - access point for Phoenixville Pike
  • East Whiteland Township Building - access point
More Information about the trail can be found at the County's Website

Permitted Uses
Walking, jogging, cycling and scooters (non-motorized), in-line skating, cross-country skiing. Battery powered wheel chairs by persons with disabilities. Dog walking under leash. Strollers, including those connected to bicycles.

Prohibited Uses
Motorized vehicles including motor vehicles (excluding authorized vehicles), motorcycles, powered scooters and snowmobiles. Skateboards. Equestrian use, including horseback riding or carriage use.

It's the law - Bicyclist are required to give an audible signal before overtaking and passing a pedestrian

Children under 12 are required to wear helmets while riding bicycles.

​Comfort Station on Chester Valley Trail

There is now a comfort station on the Chester Valley Trail at the entrance located near the East Whiteland Township building.  Two units were installed on Thursday, June 18, 2020 and have been provided for the convenience of trail users by the Chester County Parks and Trails Department.  They will oversee care and maintenance of the units.  The units are scheduled to be professionally cleaned three times a week. 

If there is an issue with either of the units, you can notify Chester County Parks and Trails directly at 610-344-5656.

Installation of the comfort station comes as welcomed resource as the Township building restrooms are not available to the public at this time.

Please remember to practice social distancing while on the trail.
Comfort Station

Visit Chester County Parks & Trails for contact information and to view their website for all they offer Chester County residents.