Boundary Line Trail
Length: 4.5 miles, round-trip (from White Clay Creek State Park parking lot to Yeatman Station Road, PA).
Elevation Gain: The Hike has a total ascent of 370.73 ft and has a maximum elevation of 403.54 ft.
Trail Head: Park Office Parking Lot, Thomson Station Road, David English Trail
Comments: A gorgeous, quiet trail through mature and emerging forests and meadows, and the largest hills in the park. Hike to the highest point in White Clay Creek State Park, and continue into Pennsylvania. Bikes are allowed on much of this trail, so stay alert. The trail continues to the right at Yeatman Station Road, or go left to connect with the Charles Bailey Trail and loop back to the parking lot.
The trailhead is at the David English Trail and continues into Pennsylvania.
There are some nice hills on the trail.
Parking at the Park Office and trailhead of the David English Trail.
David English Trail.
Turn left to connect with the Boundary Line Trail and cross over Thomson Station Road.
Several small bridges cross streams.
Trail climbs upwards and there are a few big hills.
A meadow opens up, and the trail rambles through the grasses.
An arbor of trees frames the trail.
When you get to Corner Ketch Road, keep going straight on an old paved road.
Follow this paved road a short distance, and down a hill.
The trail picks up again on the left, so keep your eye out for this post.
The forest is quiet and tranquil here.
The Boundary Line, crossing into Pennsylvania.
This part of Pennsylvania, known as "The Horn", was once thought to be part of Delaware.
At Yeatman Station Road, you can turn right and continue on the Boundary Line Trail in White Clay Creek Preserve, turn left to connect to the Charles Bailey Trail, or turn around here.
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