Trail Conditions at Radnor Lake

Park visitors hiking the trails should expect for extremely wet-muddy hiking conditions for the next few weeks due to all the snow and rain we have received as of late.

Please stay on the trail at all times, walking around wet spots on the trails creates additional work for the park ranger staff and damages plant life that will not emerge in spring due to compaction in addition to also being a posted rule/regulation.

Visitors are encouraged to plan on wearing shoes you can get dirty/muddy if hiking the trails in the coming weeks. Otherwise, visitors can hike on the gravel/paved surfaces free of mud of 2+ miles offered within the natural area until our trail system has a chance to dry out with some sun/warm temps.

Thank you in advance for helping us maintain the trails by doing your part and ultimately protecting the natural area!