Don't miss an update on
what's happening at Park Square

Get the latest

Be among the first to sign a
lease at Park Square.

Join our vip list


Go For a Hike on These Trails Around Park Square

June 07, 2018

There’s plenty to explore when you live at Park Square in King of Prussia. With summer right around the corner and warm weather already here, it’s a perfect time to get outside. Whether you’re biking, running or walking, check out these trails around Park Square.


Schuylkill River Trail

This multi-use trail is highly popular for its length, connection to other trails and the variety of sites along the way. The goal for this trail is to reach more than 100 miles from Philadelphia to Pottsville. In Montgomery County, the trail runs about 18 miles long from Philadelphia to Mont Clare. You can find trail parking just five minutes from Park Square.


Mount Misery Trail

This moderate level hike is just 2.5 miles with an elevation of 626 feet. Great for a nice warm up to a longer hike or run. Dogs are also able to hike here as long as they’re on a leash. You’ll enjoy the views of wild flowers and trees as you hike along the creek. Find this trail in the Valley Forge National Historical Park. Park Square is just a 10 minute drive to the Mount Misery trailhead.


Chester Valley Trail

Chester Valley Trail is a paved multi-purpose 14 mile flat trail. Lined by trees, this trail provides shade and an escape from the city as you ride or walk through the different townships. Access this trailhead from Park Square with a 10 minute drive or 20 minute bike ride.


Perkiomen Trail

A connection of the Schuylkill River Trail, Perkiomen Trail is 20 miles long and provides access to many parks and historical sites along its path. The trail has some paved surfaces but is mainly packed gravel and cinder. You’ll have a nice view of the Perkiomen Creek that parallels the trail. Connect to this trail with a 10 minute drive or 25 minute bike ride from Park Square.


There’s fun for the whole family on these trails around Park Square. It’s just one of the many perks of living in King of Prussia. We’ve only touched on a few of the trails, but you’re sure to find many more. Get outside and find a trail around Park Square that meets your interest.


Ready to call Park Square in King of Prussia home? Contact us today for more information on life at Park Square or to schedule a tour.