The Many Habitats Trail at Boyce Mayview Park in Upper Saint Clair, Pennsylvania is an easy 0.6-mile one-way trail that features Spring-time wildflowers, a couple of different environments like woodlands and open fields, and an old abandoned Spring House.
This track begins near the southern terminus along the Falling Leaf Trail and heads north. The trail heads north, entering a large open field for a short distance, before heading back into the woods. The trail passes a pipeline and sections of Spring-time wildflowers before reaching the Spring House Trail, around mile 0.3.
After visiting the old Spring House remains, the trail continues north, passing through a nice section of pine trees before ending at the Queen Maple Trail.
Dogs are allowed on this trail.
Hikers will find parking at the coordinates provided along Birds Meadow Drive, right off of Boyce Road in Upper St. Clair. The parking lot is large enough to fit about a dozen vehicles.
Biking is not allowed along this trail.
During the Spring (approx. mid-April) this trail usually has some nice wildflowers like Trout Lily and Trillium.
This trail connects with the Falling Leaf Trail, Queen Maple Trail, and the Spring House Trail.
This trail follows wooden posts with Yellow caps on them, hence yellow blazes.