The Tinicum-Fort Mifflin Trail loop is
a planned multi-use trail network serving as the hub for
a regional trail system that includes the Cobbs Creek
Bikeway, the Botanic Trail, and the East Coast Greenway.
The 20-mile loop trail route connects Historic Bartram's
Garden with Fort Mifflin, loops around the Philadelphia
International Airport, connects with the trails within
the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, and
then back to Bartram's Garden via the Cobbs Creek
The Tinicum to Fort Mifflin segment of
the trail is endangered by the proposed expansion of
Philadelphia International Airport. Clean Air Council
has submitted comments supporting the trail in response
to the Federal Aviation Administration's draft
Environmental Impact Statement for airport expansion.
Read more about the Trail here.