Mispillion River Walk

Mispillion River Walk(Milford)

Mispillion River Walk
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Rudy B
马里兰大洋城564 条分享
2021年8月 • 夫妻情侣
It’s a short walk and easily done by anyone at all fitness levels. My wife had her knee replaced 4-weeks ago and she didn’t have a problem. The path was very well maintained and clean. There are benches along the path, but not all of them have shade. There’s also free parking at the trailhead and what looks like restrooms. We were here for a day trip and it was perfect for us. There are also several restaurants along the path and the public library, do you have of places to escape the weather - it was close to 90 degrees today, so we stopped at a restaurant to eat/cool off as we made our way. It’s a good free activity and I do recommend it.
撰写日期:2021年8月13日
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KYU
乔治亚华纳罗宾斯40 条分享
2019年7月 • 夫妻情侣
We were really hoping for a longer walk. We took our bicycles but the trail is really made for pedestrians. It was quiet and peaceful in the town.
撰写日期:2019年7月30日
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Larry T
特拉华州Milford553 条分享
2019年6月 • 好友
This is a wonderful place in downtown Milford to take a leisurely and interesting walk. Part of the Riverwalk is sidewalk and part is wooden boardwalk. There is the dog park and fishing pier on the east end of the Riverwalk. A section of the walk goes through Bicentennial Park. In summer there are music concerts in the small amphitheater behind the Milford Library. The boardwalk begins just west of Walnut Street (Milford's main street) and continues to the west end of the walk. Be sure to look for ducks and turtles in the water. There are a few places along the walk where you can fish but be sure to have a fishing license. The Riverwalk is usually not crowded. On Saturdays in the spring, summer and fall there is a very nice Farmers' Market in the area between the library and Walnut Street.
撰写日期:2019年6月23日
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Gray Matters 2
特拉华州Lincoln305 条分享
2018年10月 • 夫妻情侣
We had this on our bucket list to for about 3 years. We enjoy biking on railroads converted to bike trails. But trails that are non-rail to trail have often proven disappointing. This cute little short "walking" trail winds around Milford with walking bridges and onto an island in the of the Mispillion River. That is neat by itself. The trail heads are not easily found as the signage seems to lack. But the trail is informative and even includes a fenced dog park within its perimeter.
撰写日期:2018年11月2日
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Shorebird483
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2018年9月 • 夫妻情侣
Something that you don't expect. A lesurely stroll along the Mispillion river. We saw a flock of ducks and enjoyed the quiet day
撰写日期:2018年10月2日
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daisyferret1
特拉华州Bear27,778 条分享
2018年7月 • 家庭
We had never ventured to this side of town before and were pleasantly surprised when we stumbled upon this river walk. It is just a short walk way that runs along the river, traversing several streets, but we found it quite enjoyable.

We started out next to the theatre and clock tower on S. Walnut Street. We walked the section that ran behind the riverfront theatre and social services until we reached Front Street, then we turned back. On this side we saw lots of ducks, fish and turtles swimming in the water. There were wooden railings all along the riverwalk path. We crossed a wooden pedestrian bridge with HIGH railings. We walked past some beautiful homes that backed to the riverwalk. There were a couple of the artistic boat sculptures along this side of the river walk. There were a few empty places where you could tell boat sculptures were either slated to be placed in the future OR had been removed for repair. There were a few benches and a couple of wooden picnic tables along this section of the river walk as well. There was even a life raft device anchored to the railing across from the Riverfront Theatre. I really enjoyed the view beside the theatre as I found the way the building was nestled in the water simply amazing.

Once we reached Front Street, we turned and walked the same pathway back up to S. Walnut Street. Here we crossed the street to pick up the section section that runs past the little King's Ice Cream building and the public library. This section was pretty shaded. Next to one old building there was a HUGE Adirondack chair perfect for photo-ops. I believe there were a few benches in this section of the river walk in addition to at least one artistic boat sculpture, but we did not venture over there for long since there was a solicitor on that side of the walk.

Once we reached S. Washington Street, we turned to pick up the crosswalk that led to the final section of the river walk. On this side we passed Park Place Restaurant, a basketball court that appeared to be part of a park and the backside of several businesses (Salvation army, Arena's, etc). We also saw the little waterfall where the water cascades from under the vehicular bridge on S. Washington Street towards Goat Island. There is a plaque on the side of the bridge. Next to the waterfall there is a caged in platform where you can stand and watch the water. On this side of the river walk there is a big nautical chain that serves as the "fence" lining the river. There were several benches here in addition to some pretty patriotic flags and a few artistic boat sculptures lining the walk. Towards the back of the river walk there is a big green pedestrian bridge that leads over to Bicentennial Park (on NE Front Street). From this pedestrian bridge, we got a spectacular view of the sun setting over the river. We also saw several geese on the river here. From the bridge you can also see the Vinyard Shipyard. Where the river walk's pedestrian bridge meets the Bicentennial Greenway, you will find a few stone picnic tables along the river.

Once we reached the Greenway side of the walk, we walked behind Arena's to pick up Park Avenue and walked back to the S. Washington Street bridge to re-enter the river walk beside the library.

Overall, we really enjoyed the Mispillion River Walk. We were glad we had stumbled upon this little walk. There were some great architecture to view along the walk in addition to the beauty of the river and the added boat sculptures that related to Milford's history of shipbuilding. It probably took us about 35 minutes to walk the entire path. I would recommend to anyone visiting the area. It is a nice walk, especially after grabbing dinner at one of the area restaurants. Only downside I saw was that there was NO water fountain OR public restrooms along this walk.

Note: FREE parking is available in lots around town or on the street.
撰写日期:2018年8月10日
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