The Perkiomen Trail is currently closed from cider Mill Road to Lower Perkiomen Valley Park. The trail is closed due to Emergency Circumstances.
UPCOMING 2020 TRAIL REPAIR PROJECTS
Disclaimer: Please be aware that there will be numerous trail repair projects along the perkiomen trail throughout the spring and summer at the following locations (dates are TBD):
1. Cider Mill Road to Arcola Road
2. Perkiomen Boulevard to 2nd Avenue
3. GlenFarm Drive to Rhans Parking Lot
4. Rhans under pass
5. Rahns Parking Lot to PECO
6. PECO to the bridge
7. Graterford Road to Central Perkiomen Valley Park
8. Graterford Parking Lot - Both Entryways
9. Corner of Plank Road and 29
10. Upper Ridge Road
About the Trail
The 20-mile Perkiomen Trail follows the route of the Perkiomen Creek from Oaks to Green Lane Borough. It connects to the Schuylkill River Trail and the Audubon Loop. For most of its length, the "Perky," as it is known by many, uses the former rail bed of the Perkiomen Line of the Reading Railroad.
This trail connects many public parks and historic sites, among them Lower Perkiomen Valley Park, Central Perkiomen Valley Park, Green Lane Park, John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove, Pennypacker Mills, and the local Skippack Township trail that continues to Evansburg State Park. The trail passes through the historic villages and towns of Arcola, Collegeville, Schwenksville, Spring Mount, and Green Lane, offering many town services for trail visitors.
Please click here to view the most recent press release regarding event permits at Montgomery County Parks, Trails, and Historic Sites.
- Length: 20 miles
- Width: 10-12 feet
- Surface: Crushed stone and a few paved sections
- Activities: Biking, walking, jogging, horseback riding, cross country skiing