Herb Pennock Park
650 W South St, Kennett Square, PA 19348
Herb Pennock Park is a historic park in the community, and the hub for baseball games from the spring to the fall. It is managed by the Kennett Area Park and Recreation Board. A 1/4 mile compacted stone dust trail around the park enables visitors to walk around the park and connect easily to the Parrish Trail, just across the street from the park.
The Land Conservancy for Southern Chester County
541 Chandler Mill Road, Avondale, PA 19311
The Land Conservancy for Southern Chester County works to ensure the perpetual preservation and stewardship of open space, natural resources, historic sites, and working agricultural lands throughout Southern Chester County. Efforts are focused on establishing conservation corridors, protecting historic sites, providing walk-able communities through trail linkages, and offering ecological education and outreach programs for professionals, students, and underserved members of the community.
Located Across From Herb Pennock Park
This 1 mile trail, starting at Herb Pennock Park, offers runners, bikers and nature lovers alike a scenic pathway through Kennett’s natural landscape down Chandler Mill Road with many continuing down the road to the Chandler Mill Bridge where the picnic area is open. The surface is compacted stone dust and the path weaves alongside a local stream.
Marshall Bridge Preserve
Marshall Bridge Preserve is TLC’s newest public nature preserve, and second bi-state preserve, containing both Pennsylvania and Delaware lands. The property contains 80 acres for walking, hiking, equestrian, cross country skiing, birding, nature study, environmental education, and other passive recreational activities. Trail segments meander through one of the last remaining diverse, contiguous, mature woodlands in Kennett Township, and aside wetlands, scenic view points, rural lands, and portions of the historic Mason Dixon Trail, including a Mason Dixon Line marker at the state border.
Anson B. Nixon Park
Located on North Walnut Street, just off State Street, Anson B. Nixon Park is a hidden gem nestled just north of charming downtown Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Comprised of 106 acres, the Park was carved out of the historic woodlands of the late 18th through early 20th century Chambers estate. This natural setting includes two ponds, meandering streams, woodlands including a beech grove with specimens dating back over 250 years, and 3 miles of paved and dirt walking trails.
Photo credit: Anson B. Nixon Park
Auburn Valley State Park
Chandler Mill Bridge
Kennett Area YMCA
Kennett High School
Legacy Sports Fields
Market at Liberty Place
Mason Dixon Monument
Stateline Woods Preserve
4 miles of mowed grass and dirt trails await you at Stateline Woods Preserve. The 82 acre preserve is owned by the The Land Conservancy for Southern Chester County (TLC), a private non-profit organization.
YMCA Outdoor Pool