Built on an abandoned corridor of the Reading Railroad, the Lititz/Warwick Trailway traverses developed and agricultural land in the township and the borough of Lititz.
The trail is a walking, jogging, biking, and cross-country skiing destination for the community. It is used for recreation and as a corridor linking residential areas to schools, workplaces, and outdoor venues including Lititz Run Creek Greenway, a linear park . that extends from Lititz to Warwick Township. There are two restored 18th century buildings along the trail with interpretive signage to tell their story. They are privately held but can be viewed from the trail.
The only parking for this trail is at the Warwick Township Municipal Complex.
Parking and Trail Access
From Lancaster, PA: Follow Route 501 North to Lititz. Turn right (east) onto Route 772 (Main St.). Turn left onto Clay Road and follow up the hill to the Warwick Township Municipal Complex on the right. Parking is available all around the municipal building, the trail entrance is directly across Clay Road.
This trail is wheelchair accessible.
My wife and I bought bikes over the winter. As retired folks, although we are not in bad shape, we feel we need the exercise and just the chance to get out and enjoy the outdoors. This was our "first ride". We did the trail out to Oak St. then up to Newport ...
The Lititz-Warwick Trailway is a short, but sweet trail that passes two beautiful, historical structures. It also provides valuable links between nearby subdivisions, and will eventually extend both westward to Lititz-Springs Park and eastward to the ...
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Just a correction the url for this trail is www.warwicktownship.org. Then click on parks and recreation, then Lititz warwick trailway