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Hiking And Boating Through History In Southeastern Pennsylvania

By Melody Schubert @USATM

Hiking And Boating Through History In Southeastern Pennsylvania
For a memorable outdoor experience you'll find one-of-a-kind destinations Southeastern Pennsylvania. 
While on your trip explore the 3,500 acres of Valley Forge National Historical Park include nearly 20 miles of marked trails for hiking, jogging or biking. There's also the Joseph Plumb Martin Trail, which is a 6.6-mile loop past several historical landmarks.
Cruise over to the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove. Here, you'll find canoes, paddles and life vests are available for a leisurely trip down the nearby Perkiomen Creek. Each trip comes complete with its own naturalist who can point out the area’s highlights.
In Montgomery County you'll also discover a robust network of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. And, the Perkiomen Trail winds on a pathway that once held the tracks of the Reading Railroad.
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