The Oxford Area Foundation is tasked with transforming 577 acres of land into a preserve.
Trails and a parking area will be installed with the goal of opening the preserve by late spring or early summer 2021.
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OPEN DAILY - DAWN TO DUSK.
Parking lot located at: 10 West Christine Rd, Nottingham, PA 19362
Hikers are encouraged to wear orange during hunting season due to hunters on neighboring properties.
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FOR TRAIL MAP!
In December 2020, The Oxford Area Foundation took ownership of 577 acres of land off PA Route 272 N in West Nottingham Township, Chester County, PA, and began transforming it into a public nature preserve.
Miles of trails are now accessible to the public for hiking and mountain biking. The Preserve will promote, educate and encourage environmental awareness in Southern Chester County and increase natural sustainability.
Check out the full article that was featured in the 2022 Spring Oxfordian Magazine.
Funding assistance has been provided by:
DCNR Bureau of Recreation and Conservation
Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund
Conservancy Grant Program
Commissioners of Chester County, Pennsylvania