DNREC To Pave Historic Road Along The Brandywine

Scheduled for March 1st. Let us know your thoughts!

Feb 26, 2018

DNREC is scheduled to pave a historic gravel road in Brandywine Creek State Park on March 1st – from Rockland Road to Thompson Bridge Road. If you’ve ever walked along the Brandywine river, you’ll know this trail as the main corridor along the east side of the river, spanning fifteen feet wide and about three miles long. DNREC’s goal is to make the trail more accessible to pedestrians and the disabled.



  • Increased accessibility to the state park.
  • Better durability to withstand pedestrian use and erosion due to runoff

To see a more comprehensive list, read the FAQ’s document below.


  • Loss of character to trails
  • Costs $360k

We want to know your thoughts! Take this short survey to let us know how you feel about the proposal. Scroll down past the survey to see the comments.




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