History Purchased by the Township through state and federal grants in the 1970’s, Skunk Hollow was once referred to as Montgomery Tract. The Darby Creek Association, which was founded in Radnor, made a push for the Township to acquire the land in order to conserve the natural open space. Skunk Hollow was once the scene of thriving industrial mill sites and dams.
Features & Amenities Skunk Hollow is 93.7
acres of undeveloped land located between the Willows and Saw Mill Park along
Darby-Paoli Road. One can enter either through Skunk Hollow or trails leading
from Saw Mill Park and the Willows. The trails in Skunk Hollow are part of the
Southern Section of the Radnor Hiking Trail System. A portion of the Little
Darby Creek runs through the park and fishing is permitted for all ages. A
fenced in and very popular community garden operated by the Skunk Hollow
Community Garden is located in the northwestern portion of the park. Parking is
available only at either the Willows or Saw Mill Park. No motorized vehicles
are allowed in the parks or on the trails.