The park is a short (less than 1 mile) but well developed paved bikeway, that will eventually connect to the Lititz-Warwick trailway. It has been built on the former Reading & Columbia shortline Railroad and includes connections to schools, basketball courts and naturalized park areas. Plans call for the trail to eventually connect to the Lititz-Warwick Trail in Lancaster County.
From the Boro Web Site: "Linear Park Trail is approximately 4,800 linear feet of trail on the abandoned railway bed between East Fulton Street and Sycamore Road at Pointview Avenue. A twelve foot wide macadam trail with site lighting, benches, trash receptacles, and landscaping".
Parking and Trail Access
Rte 322 to Fulton Street in the center of Ephrata Borough
Gorgeous trail through wooded sections of town
Constructed along the right-of-way of the old Reading-Columbia Railroad, the Ephrata Linear Park is one of the best trails in Lancaster County. The trail's paved, level surface (the only incline is a ramp located near the southern end of the trail at ...