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One of a growing number of local greenways connecting points in the Lancaster suburbs, the quarter mile long Haydn Manor Trail arcs from Wayfaring Way to Camas Lane in the northeast corner of the subdivision for which it is named.
In addition to serving the residents of this new community, the trail's location at a point where East Hempfield Township converges with nearby Manheim Township and the borough of East Petersburg means that it forms a crucial part of a larger network that includes those neighboring municipalities.
Although it does not directly connect to it, a short, stone walkway across a strip of vegetation near the trail's eastern terminus provides access to the East Petersburg-Miller Road Trail, which runs along the western boundary of Manheim Township in the adjacent Traditions of America East Petersburg subdivision.
Parking is available at a trailhead for the East Petersburg Miller Road Trail at the corner of Camas Lane and Founder's Way in the neighboring Traditions of American East Petersburg subdivision, as well as along local streets.
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