Cleanups, Pups, and Zumba?! Opening Day For Trails 2018

Despite winter weather wanting to stick around longer than we might like, we were excited to kick off our Opening Day for Trails celebrations on the Circuit Trails last weekend. Whether you were biking, hiking, dancing, cleaning up or anything in between, we hope you had a wonderful first day back #onthecircuit.

We are so grateful to have such involved and excited partners and friends all around the Circuit Trails footprint who helped make Opening Day for Trails 2018 a success. Check out some highlights from this past weekend’s festivities below!


Members of the Schuylkill River Greenways  NHA participated in a trail clean-up and bike ride.

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Our friends over at Bike Chester County experienced a pleasant ride on the Chester Valley Trail, and had a great bite to eat too!

Our four legged (and two legged!) friends at the Manayunk Bridge enjoyed a dog walk, group runs and free fitness classes in celebration of the beginning of the season. 

The New Jersey Tree Foundation had a great tree planitng session at Cooper’s Poynt Park in Camden to commemorate the Opening Day.


The best news of all? We’re not done celebrating Opening Day for the Trails just yet – there are still some events happening this weekend, too. Find them all right here on our events page.

We hope to see you out #onthecircuit all season long, and we might have an exciting announcement coming your way next week! Stay tuned into our social media channels on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to find out. 


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