"ONCE A YEAR,
GO SOMEPLACE YOU'VE
NEVER BEEN BEFORE."
The Brandywine Creek Greenway is a regional planning initiative of the Brandywine Conservancy in partnership with the William Penn Foundation, PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Chester County, and twenty-four municipalities whose borders are defined by the Brandywine Creek - from Honey Brook to Chadds Ford.
The vision is for a 30-mile long conservation corridor where visitors can walk, bicycle, or horse-back ride to enjoy the natural, cultural and recreational resources that the Brandywine Valley has to offer. A Strategic Action Plan, completed in 2015, provides recommended conservation, open space, and recreation initiatives for municipalities and other greenway partners to implement over the next twenty years.