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The Hanover Trolley Trail is being built along the 16-mile corridor of the York-Hanover Trolley Line that ran between the two cities in the early 1900s. Currently, about a quarter of that distance is open in two disconnected trail segments.
The section in Hanover begins at Moul Field and extends for nearly 2 miles to Gitts Run Road. A few miles northeast, another segment is open in Jackson Township, from the Spring Grove Borough/Jackson Township line for approximately a mile and a half to Martin Road. A trailhead is located along Hershey Road at about its midpoint.
To access the Spring Grove segment: From State Route 116, turn onto Sprenkle Road and go about 0.5 mile to Hershey Road; turn right. There is parking here. An additional small parking lot is available on the other end of this trail segment off East Constitution Avenue, just east of Hosiery Alley.
To access the Hanover section: Take Wilson Avenue to Cherry Tree Court. Go to the end of Cherry Tree. The trail goes through a farm field. Parking is available at Moul Field (off Moul Avenue).
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