Explore the Circuit on National Trails Day

Did you know that Saturday, June 5, is National Trails Day? The forecast is looking bright, so it’s the perfect time to plan a trip to explore your local trails #OnTheCircuit.

The Circuit Trails network is comprised of more than 350 miles of trails in five Pennsylvania counties (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia) and four New Jersey counties (Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Mercer). Each trail is unique and offers new opportunities for adventure and discovery.

Just as each trail is different, no two trail experiences are alike. It’s up to you to choose how you want to use the trails. Whether you choose to walk, run, ride, roll, play or simply be outside in nature, there are endless opportunities for you to get out and enjoy–especially on National Trails Day!

Photo by Colin Gilroy

Not sure what you want to do on the trail or looking for new activities to try? Check out a few resources that will give you some inspiration and help enhance your next trip on the trails.

Aside from another chance to get outside and celebrate our wonderful trails, National Trails Day is also a day for service and advocacy for hometown trails. As an advocate, you can be part of ensuring that the trails you know and love grow, stay clean, and remain open and accessible to all. Become a part of the growing, multi-county community of people who are interested in supporting and advocating for the advancement of the Circuit Trails network by signing up to be a Circuit Citizen today!

Before you hit the trails to celebrate, take a moment to freshen up on good trail etiquette and #RecreateResponsibly tips to help make trails fun, safe and welcoming for all users. Remember, trails are for everyone—whether you’re new to the Circuit or a longtime user—so please be nice, take care and share the trail.

Let us know how you use the trails and celebrate National Trails Day by posting pictures or videos of your trail travels on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Use the hashtags #MyCircuitTrails and #OnTheCircuit and tag us so we can see and share your adventures.


Follow the Circuit Trails