Visit Delco Introduces Trails & Tails Pass

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Released: June 6, 2024

Visit Delco Introduces Trails & Tails Pass to Spur Outdoor Adventure for Dog Lovers

Whether you're an avid trailblazer or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll surrounded by nature, Visit Delco’s new Trails & Tails pass promises to ignite your spirit of exploration with your four-legged friend.

From the sprawling woodlands of Ridley Creek State Park to the tranquil serenity of Wawa Preserve, this free, easy-to-use mobile pass gives residents access to a curated list of dog-friendly parks and trails throughout Delco.

With the Trails & Tails pass, residents can earn points for every trail check-in and are incentive to reach milestones to unlock coveted Delco swag for both you and your pooch. Sign up via the link below to start your adventure!

Sign up via the link below to start the adventure!

How the Pass Works

Step 1 - Get Your Pass. Click on the link below, and input your name, email, and mobile phone number. This mobile-exclusive passport is a collection of curated parks and trails for you to explore throughout Delco.

Step 2 - Receive Text. Your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email and is ready to use immediately! There is no app to download. Your pass can be saved to your phone’s home screen for easy one-tap access.

Step 3 – Redeem. When visiting a participating point of interest, simply ensure your phone location services are turned on to check in via GPS and count towards your prize!

Delco Trail Mix: Trails & Tails Pass Features

  • Mobile exclusive
  • Instantly delivered via text and email
  • No apps to download
  • Explore the best dog-friendly trails throughout Delco!

Sign up now:

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