Dingman Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania


A forested section of the Frank Trail that is under construction at the Bridge Preserve Park

Is this a scene from Jurassic Park?  Are there dinosaurs lurking in the underbrush?

No.  It the Frank Trail that is under construction at Dingman Township’s Cornelia and Florence Bridge Preserve Park.

At the September 5, 2017 meeting of the Dingman Township Board of Supervisors, Secretary Karen Kleist reported that the construction of the Park’s newest trail was progressing nicely. A walking/hiking trail, the Frank Trail is being constructed on a solid base with a layer of shock absorbing wood chips on the surface for more comfortable footing.

The Frank trail is the latest trail to be added to the Bridge Preserve’s trail system that allows for  hiking, bicycling, and dog walking through the Preserve's fields and forests. 

The public is invited to visit the Preserve and partake of its trails and panoramic views. The Bridge Preserve Park is located at 1082 Twin Lakes Road. Come visit.  You'll see lots of nature, but alas, no dinosaurs.


Frank Trail in the Bridge Preserve Park

The Frank Trail where it leaves the field and enters the forest