Locations: Brandywine

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Bellevue State Park on Carr Road, off the Marsh Road Exit of I-95 has arguably the easiest course for beginning runners. A former horse training oval of 1 1/8 mile is now a flat, packed dirt surface for runners and walkers. There are also paved walkways and a cross country course. Those wishing for a long and more challenging runs have the option to cross Marsh Road to run out and back through
Bringhurst Woods and the hilly Rockwood Park.

Brandywine Creek State Park is famous for its tough hilly cross country course available from the main entrance off Adam’s Dam Road. An easier option for long runs would be parking at the lot north of the Brandywine on Thompson’s Bridge Road, Route 92, and running along the creek. there are also hilly trails leading up to and around the fields of the Woodlawn Trustees property.

Brandywine:   Bellevue State Park

Location:   Meet at large parking lot inside park

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Brandywine:   Brandywine Creek State Park

Location:   Meet at parking lot

H2O, Rrms

Map:   view map