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East Goshen Township
"Respecting the Past, Serving the Present, Preparing for the Future"
Chester County, PA
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Paoli Pike Trail

East Goshen Township hosted a Paoli Pike Trail ribbon cutting on November 24 that was well attended by the many stakeholders who made the project a reality. And now, the trail is yours! View the trail map and learn a little more about the amenities along the trail and where pertinent connections are located. Trail segment A (Airport Rd to Ellis Lane) will be constructed in the spring of 2021, and we are actively pursuing grants to fund Segment B, from Ellis Lane to Reservoir Road.

Supervisors Mike Lynch and David Shuey enjoy first ride on the new trail.

(L-R): Marian Moskowitz (County Commissioner), Dan Leicht (Parks and Rec Chair), Janet Emanuel (Former Supervisor), Michele Kichline (County Commissioner),, Josh Maxwell (County Commissioner), David Shuey (Township Supervisor), Carmen Battavio (Former Supervisor),Mike Lynch, (Township Supervisor), Rachael Griffith  (Chesco Planning), Dan Wagner (McMahon Associates) and Joe Natale (DVRPC)

Read about Paoli Pike Trail, Guidance and Etiquette

The maps below illustrate the Paoli Pike Trail and the East Goshen Township Trail Network.
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Paoli Pike Trail Map

East Goshen Township Trail Network

The Township would like to thank the following grant funding partners:

  • Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission ($3.2M)
  • PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources ($268,000)
  • The Chester County Municipal Grant Program ($150,000)

Mr. Shane and all East Goshen Township Board Members,

I wanted to express my appreciation for the Paoli Pike trail project. The past few days I have been able to do my morning runs on the newly opened segment from Reservoir Rd. all the way through the Applebrook side of the park. The trail surface is a pleasure to run on, and what a relief to not have to dodge traffic in order to get in some exercise!

I know that some members of our community have been less than enthusiastic about the construction of the trail, but I feel it is a real asset to the Township. Having this trail will cut down on pollution, free up more parking at the Township Park, allow families to enjoy the outdoors safely, and encourage independence among older children who won’t have to rely on their parents to get them to Wawa or other destinations. I am looking forward to a warm spring evening when we can set out for a walk and then head to the shopping center for a meal without having to get into the car.

I appreciate all of your efforts to make this trail happen.

Marcy Bergin