All of the following substantial trails in Newtown Township are open to walkers, runners and bicyclists.
The Bishop Hollow Trail (shown in light green on the map) is a 0.7 mile long packed stone trail that runs parallel to Bishop Hollow Road and circles behind the Newtown Township Municipal Building/Library and adjacent playing fields before passing between parking lots in the Newtown Square Corporate Campus, where it joins up to the Bike Lane along Campus Boulevard.
The Goshen Trail (shown in red) is a 0.9 mile long packed stone trail in the woods along the south side of Goshen Road. It is somewhat set back from the edge of the road, making for a pleasant experience. There is a parking area at the east end of the trail.
The Liseter Trail (shown in blue) is a 1.1 mile long macadam trail in the Liseter development. It runs along the eastern edge of the development, on the west side of N. Newtown Street Road (Route 252), and also the northern edge bordering the Episcopal Academy grounds.
In addition, there are grassy walking/running trails mowed through the meadow of the Newtown Meadow Preserve, straight beyond the northern end of the Liseter Trail.