The Green Loop at Stroud Preserve is an easy trail that takes you through forest and wetlands.”
— Mae Axelrod
Closed after dusk.
Pets are permitted but must be leashed at all times to keep people, other pets, and wildlife safe. Dog waste is a health hazard for people, wildlife, and plants. Please bag your pets waste and take it with you.
No motorized vehicles or mountain bikes are allowed on this trail.
Features: Birding — Fall Colors — River/Creek — Views — Wildflowers — Wildlife
Stroud Preserve consists of 571 acres of culturally and ecologically important land in Chester County. This rolling mosaic of once-pastured grasslands, working farmlands, and woodlands now serves as wildlife habitat and a unique site for research.
The entrance to this trail can be found along Creek Road where there is a small parking area and an information kiosk with information about the other trails available on the preserve.
This trail takes you over a small stone bridge and through the preserve through wetlands and forest. It is well maintained with beautiful views of the area.
Flora & Fauna
Meadows filled with native grasses such as purpletop, switchgrass, and big bluestem, and wildflowers such as ironweed, goldenrod, and milkweed. Woodlands dominated by red oak, tuliptree, beech, and maple.