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Explore the best rated trails in Lock Haven, PA. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Susquehanna Bikeway and Sentiero DiShay Trail. With more than 23 trails covering 220 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Grass is growing through the gravel between Emporium and Little Red Barn Farm. Emporium Chamber says trail will be sprayed later in June. Trail could use additional gravel. Lots of wildlife along the trail.
I lost my black wristlet along this trail today (5/27/23) Please call me at (814) 937-7979 if found.
This trail is easy to find from either the Simmemahoning Park Office or the Wildlife Viewing Area which is a mile north of the park office. There are parking lots and rest rooms in both areas. The park office is manned during the day. The trail is flat and wide. Great for families. The southern part of the trail passes 40 Maples day use area. There are restrooms at 40 Maples. South of 40 Maples the trail exits onto and shares the park road that goes to the lake. Can be ridden using mountain bikes or gravel bikes.
Wonderful trail. how is it not in the RTC Hall of Fame?
This is more of a local commuter trail than a destination trail, but it's very nice nonetheless. This trail is just one small part of a large and growing network of off-street bicycle paths that make getting around the State College area by bicycle a relatively safe and pleasant experience. The trail connects the Penn State University campus (via the Penn State West Campus Bike Path) with the neighborhoods and commercial areas along North Atherton Street, Tudek Park, and the neighborhoods near Valley Vista Drive. Tudek is a large and very nice community park with its own small system of crushed-stone multi-use paths, picnic tables/shelters, sports fields, and other amenities.
The trail intersects with another bike path that runs parallel to nearly the whole length of Valley Vista Drive and Science Park Road which in turn connects to other bike paths serving a larger area around State College. The entire trail and connecting spur are paved with asphalt/concrete. The western end of the trail connects to a singletrack mountain biking trail that continues on through the Scotia Barrens (State Game Lands 176).
This is more of a local commuter trail than a destination trail, but it's very nice nonetheless. This trail is just one small part of a large and growing network of off-street bicycle paths that make getting around the State College area by bicycle a relatively safe and pleasant experience. The trail borders or passes though the Penn State University golf course for most of its length and connects the main part of the Penn State University campus with the west end of downtown State College and with several other bike paths that traverse a much larger area. The sections of the trail paralleling Atherton Street and West Park Avenue are asphalt and the sections paralleling Corl Street and West College Avenue are crushed stone.
We rode this trail on October 9-10/2022 to see the colorful leaves. Nice trail with a beautiful setting along the Pine Creek. Parking was limited at the Blackwell trail head.
We rode the western end of this trail on Oct. 12th, 2022. We parked in the riverfront park in Millersburg then rode a few blocks on the local streets (Pearl St. , Wiconisco St, and Goodling Rd.) to access the rail trail that goes east out of town. There are no signs to let you know you are on the rail trail until after a few hundred feet onto the trail. At first appearance you appear to be on a private dirt/gravel road. Once you pass a gate there are signs for the trail. The trail surface is crushed stone, and in fairly good shape, though a little narrow where the foliage/grass is encroaching. The trail is completely in the woods so is well-shaded. The Wiconisco creek is off to the north side but not always visible from the trail. All in all, there is no outstanding scenery in this short two mile section. Although the weather was perfect, it was a weekday and we only passed two other people during our short round-trip ride.
My family enjoyed a 3 mile walk from a starting point by Giant in Lewisburg. It was a busy day on the trail, so we had to keep looking behind us for bikers and joggers. I was disappointed to see quite a bit of litter along the trail, especially 7-Eleven cups. Not sure why people think it's ok to throw it along the way.
My wife and I parked after turning on13th street to the spaces. This was MM 9 and we headed out towards the farm land. The grade was very mild both ways and the trail was is very good condition. There are a lot of crossings but it is a peaceful ride past well kept farms. I ride a MTN bike and there were ways riding slightly off trail to make the ride more challenging. We made it to MM 3.5 and turned around. We will probably come back to ride the entire trail.
Daughter and I completed the trail. Started in Lewisburg went all the way to the other end. Stopped for some light lunch at the Rusty Rail. The food was great. Nice ride back! So many Beautiful Amish barns and farms to take in.
Decent trail in the middle but the ends leave a lot to desire. Shame that there isn't a local group to do some work as the whole trail is fairly level.
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