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Lake Trail Bridges

Project Details

Radnor Lake State Park and Natural Area seeks to protect wildlife populations and habitats and to provide hikers with ample opportunity for wildlife viewing. To that end, Friends of Radnor Lake is partnering with Radnor Lake State Natural Area to build three new ADA wheelchair accessible bridges on the Lake Trail, rerouting the east end of the trail to enable natural expansion of the wetlands. The current bridge connecting the east end of the Lake Trail with Otter Creek Road will be removed.

The build is anticipated to start in early fall with Baron Construction as the contractor. Bridges were designed by Harber Architecture. The project is being managed by R. Chris Magill Consulting.

Bridges represent a significant financial undertaking and we have been fortunate to have private donors in our community who have made substantial gifts over the years, enabling us to design and construct safe, long-lasting, ADA wheelchair accessible bridges on the Lake Trail.

Plans

View full plans here.

Plans

Bridge Donors

Current and past funders of our bridges include the following generous donors:

  • Adams family
  • Andrea Waitt Carlton Foundation
  • Roros Foundation
  • Ken Levitan and Gloria Dumas
  • Peter Frampton