Plan Your Visit

Check out our trail maps and latest event information before your next visit

Trailhead Locations

Currently, there are four main entrances to the park.

Cynwyd Station Park: 321 Conshohocken State Road, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

Bala Cynwyd Park: 398 Trevor Lane, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

Barmouth Station: 175 East Levering Mill Road, Bala Cynwyd PA 19004 (at the end of E. Levering Mill Rd after crossing Belmont Avenue)

CVS Parking Lot: Rock Hill Road & Belmont Avenue 

Trail Maps and Guides to the Cynwyd Heritage Trail

Download and save the guides to the Trail and surrounding trail system.

Cynwyd Heritage Trail map and guide

Cynwyd Heritage Trail map

Schuylkill River Trail System


Learn about participating in our recurring volunteering events, and check back for details on special events that occur throughout the year.

Group of happy volunteers with shovels

Stewardship Workdays

Our regular workdays are critical for maintaining the Trail and volunteers are welcome. Check out the Volunteering page for the current calendar, access to the waiver, and more FAQs. 

Group on an educational trail walk

Trail Walks

We regularly do nature walks that are open to the public. Each walk has a different focus on birds, animals, plants, and upcoming infrastructure projects. Check out the latest walk schedule and view information on past events. 

When in Laurel Hill West Cemetery

We are fortunate that the Cynwyd Heritage Trail connects directly to historic Laurel Hill West Cemetery at Barmouth. The cemetery, established in 1869, covers 187-acres filled with history and remarkable stone artwork. Laurel Hill West is the accredited Trailhead arboretum with several Pennsylvania state champion trees.

While visitors are welcomed by the cemetery to enjoy their grounds for walking and biking, it’s important to remember that Laurel Hill West is still an active cemetery and all users must respect those who are grieving. Please avoid biking or walking in the presence of a funeral procession, graveside burial or memorial ceremony. Please also abide by the cemetery’s speed limit of 15 mph at all times.

We are also very fortunate that the cemetery is dog-friendly, but please keep your pet on a leash at all times and to clean up after your pet.

It is a privilege to have this beautiful resource adjacent to our trail. Please be respectful of those who are mourning and to the cemetery staff who maintain this National Register property day in and day out. We are sure you would expect the same deference to be given to you.