Refuge trails, boardwalks, and kiosks provide family-friendly wildlife viewing areas at two different refuge properties. The trails located at the 2138 Croasdale Road, Stroudsburg, PA 18360, are paved, former golf cart paths and ideal for walking with strollers or wheelchairs (though there are steep hills at several sections if choosing to do the full loops). The trail located next to 130 Lower Cherry Valley Road, Saylorsburg, PA 18353 is dirt/loose gravel and contains several moderately-steep inclines. Need help navigating? Print your own trail map or pick up one of the yellow trail description brochures when you arrive on the refuge.
Title: Front Nine Trail
Open: Year Round (not plowed during winter)
Length: 1.7 miles
The Front Nine Trail is a paved trail (former golf cart path) that travels 1.7 miles through relatively-flat, diverse wetland habitat along the Cherry Creek on the eastern portion and warm season grass fields through rolling hills on the western side. Located at 2138 Croasdale Road, Stroudsburg, PA 18360.
Title: Back Nine Trail
Open: Year Round (not plowed during the winter)
Length: 1.7 miles
The Back Nine Trail is a paved trail (former golf cart path) that travels 1.7 miles over rolling hills that were seeded with a shrub mix that will eventually become dense shrubby thickets with some forest patches. Located at 2138 Croasdale Road, Stroudsburg, PA 18360.
Title: Cherry Valley Ridge Trail
Open: Year Round
Length: 3.2 miles
The Cherry Valley Ridge Trail is a dirt/loose gravel trail through upland oak/pine forests and open fields along the Kittatinny Ridge. A kiosk at the trailhead provides general information and orientation about the white and blue blazes. An observation/photography blind is located along the trail.