TRAVELING BY TWO WHEELS

King of Prussia is surrounded by numerous bike paths and trails that are frequented by families, cyclists, and even commuters. The paths range from loops in community parks to long stretches and trails that connect to surrounding counties and Philadelphia.

Grab your bike and enjoy exploring King of Prussia’s scenic and adventurous trails!

Valley Forge National Historical Park

Situated in Upper Merion Township is Valley Forge where George Washington and the Continental Army spent the winter of 1777-78. The bucolic park, with its many historic locations, is also home to over 20 miles of biking trails that wind through hills and fields like the Joseph Plumb Martin Trail and Chapel Trail, which passes Washington Memorial Chapel. In addition to looping through the park, these trails also provide connections to other points in Montgomery and Chester Counties.

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Schuylkill River Trail

A 2.2 mile extension of the Schuylkill River Trail was formally opened November 5, 2015 at Heuser Park in Upper Merion Township. The dedicated bicycle and pedestrian trail connects to 15.5 miles of trails from Valley Forge National Historical Park to Manayunk.

The Schuylkill River Trail is a part of the Circuit Trails, a vast regional network of more than 300 miles of interconnected trails in southeastern Pennsylvania and central and southern New Jersey

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Chester Valley Trail

This new trail is still under construction and will traverse Chester and Montgomery Counties and ultimately connect to other trails, including the Schuylkill River Trail. Currently, the completed section is a 12 foot wide paved segment that goes from Warner Rd. to S. Gulph Rd., passing over I-76. When finished, the trail will provide a connection between Norristown and Exton, further enhancing the comprehensive, cross-county trail network in the area.

The Chester Valley Trail is a part of the Circuit Trails, a vast regional network of more than 300 miles of interconnected trails in southeastern Pennsylvania and central and southern New Jersey.

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The Circuit Trails

The Circuit Trails are a continuously-growing network of more than 300 miles of trails in the nine county region of southeastern Pennsylvania, and central and southern New Jersey, with a vision of more than 750 miles of interconnected trails. In the King of Prussia area, the Schuylkill River Trail, Chester Valley Trail, the Valley Forge Loop, and more are all a part of the Circuit. A group of more than 65 non-profit organizations, foundations and agencies are working together to advance completion of the Circuit Trails through the Circuit Trails Coalition. Together, the Coalition is working to create a multi-use trail network unlike any other in the country — connecting the urban, suburban and rural communities of Greater Philadelphia and providing trail users with 100s of miles of happy to explore.

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Sullivan's Bridge

The new 602 ft recreational trail bridge is the much-anticipated missing link between the Schuylkill River Trail and the Valley Forge National Historical Park. Now open, Sullivan’s Bridge provides bicyclists and pedestrians a safe and beautiful connection.

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Run the Distance

Explore courses already mapped throughout King of Prussia or map your own new route!

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Valley Forge National Historical Park

Situated in Upper Merion Township is Valley Forge where George Washington and the Continental Army spent the winter of 1777-78. The bucolic park, with its many historic locations, is also home to over 20 miles of biking trails that wind through hills and fields like the Joseph Plumb Martin Trail and Chapel Trail, which passes Washington Memorial Chapel. In addition to looping through the park, these trails also provide connections to other points in Montgomery and Chester Counties.

Learn More

Schuylkill River Trail

A 2.2 mile extension of the Schuylkill River Trail was formally opened November 5, 2015 at Heuser Park in Upper Merion Township. The dedicated bicycle and pedestrian trail connects to 15.5 miles of trails from Valley Forge National Historical Park to Manayunk.

The Schuylkill River Trail is a part of the Circuit Trails, a vast regional network of more than 300 miles of interconnected trails in southeastern Pennsylvania and central and southern New Jersey

Learn More

Chester Valley Trail

This new trail is still under construction and will traverse Chester and Montgomery Counties and ultimately connect to other trails, including the Schuylkill River Trail. Currently, the completed section is a 12 foot wide paved segment that goes from Warner Rd. to S. Gulph Rd., passing over I-76. When finished, the trail will provide a connection between Norristown and Exton, further enhancing the comprehensive, cross-county trail network in the area.

The Chester Valley Trail is a part of the Circuit Trails, a vast regional network of more than 300 miles of interconnected trails in southeastern Pennsylvania and central and southern New Jersey.

Learn More

The Circuit Trails

The Circuit Trails are a continuously-growing network of more than 300 miles of trails in the nine county region of southeastern Pennsylvania, and central and southern New Jersey, with a vision of more than 750 miles of interconnected trails. In the King of Prussia area, the Schuylkill River Trail, Chester Valley Trail, the Valley Forge Loop, and more are all a part of the Circuit. A group of more than 65 non-profit organizations, foundations and agencies are working together to advance completion of the Circuit Trails through the Circuit Trails Coalition. Together, the Coalition is working to create a multi-use trail network unlike any other in the country — connecting the urban, suburban and rural communities of Greater Philadelphia and providing trail users with 100s of miles of happy to explore.

Learn More

Sullivan's Bridge

The new 602 ft recreational trail bridge is the much-anticipated missing link between the Schuylkill River Trail and the Valley Forge National Historical Park. Now open, Sullivan’s Bridge provides bicyclists and pedestrians a safe and beautiful connection.

Learn More

Run the Distance

Explore courses already mapped throughout King of Prussia or map your own new route!

Learn More