Brayton Garden and Hunter's Crossing Trail System

The Pennsylvania Highlands Trail Network (PHTN) runs through publicly owned open space in Richland Township, Bucks County. Beginning in the Hunter’s Crossing subdivision on Mill Road, this paved multi-use trail runs south and terminates at Trumbauersville Road. A crosswalk is provided on Trumbauersville Road, and the Brayton Garden Trail continues on the south side of the road.  Also a paved multi-use trail, this trail runs for about a mile and ends at Dovecote Drive. A trailhead is under development on Dovecote Drive. A municipal park is planned for development in 2017 at the terminus of the trail. In order to connect to the nearby Barrel Run Trail, a connection through the Tollgate Landing subdivision is needed.



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PA Highlands Coalition to Host Multi-functional Riparian Buffer Webinar

The PA Highlands Coalition will be hosting a webinar titled “Multi-functional Riparian Buffers – A new and collaborative approach to land and water conservation” on June 12th, 2018 at 10:30am.  Read More

Public-Private Partnership Provides New Trailhead Signs at Ringing Rocks

Bucks County, the D&L National Heritage Corridor, Bridgeton Township and the Appalachian Mountain Club recently teamed to design and install directional and interpretive signage at a new trailhead in Bridgeton Township. Read More

AMC and Lehigh Partner on Geology Signage Project

AMC teamed with Lehigh University to design and install an interpretive sign along the Saucon Rail Trail in Upper Saucon Township. Read More

New PHTN Kiosk and Trailhead Sign in Richland

AMC funded the design of a new trailhead sign and interpretive kiosk at the new Great Blue Heron Park in Richland Township. Read More