SN: 111755 - 2019 / Y0168
Interesting and unique historic downtown buildings and homes including an operating 19th Century Mill and Grey Towers, the ancestral home of Gifford Pinchot, the 1st Chief of the U.S Forestry Service.
Year Round Walk
From Tue, Jan 1st to Tue, Dec 31st
Ice Cream Parlors
Little Free Libraries
National Parks Centennial Challenge
Points of Reference
Take a Walk In a City Park
United States Post Offices
Walk the USA - Street by Street
The walk begins at an historic mill complex dating back to the 19th Century, then goes into downtown Milford with its many interesting and unique historic buildings, and onto the Pinchot Greenway Trail. The trail winds through residential areas and the business district and finally to the Grey Towers, Milford's famous National Historic Site and ancestral home of Gifford Pinchot, the first Chief of the U.S Forestry Service and twice Governor of Pennsylvania.
Distance: 10k/6k, Rating: 1B
Awards and fees: IVV Credit Only
OSB - First register for the event
The detailed location of, and driving directions to, the event starting point are included in the walk directions, downloaded from the AVA Online Start Box. The POC does not provide event directions nor accept alternate payment methods.
Liberty Bell Wanderers
Event website: www.libertybellwanderers.net