Lowlands Trail

Pennsylvania

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Lowlands Trail Facts

States: Pennsylvania
Counties: Cameron, Potter
Length: 6 miles
Trail end points: Route 872, just north of S. Berge Run Rd. and 1st Fork Rd., near Brooks Run Rd.
Trail surfaces: Crushed Stone
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 6813183

Lowlands Trail Description

Located in beautiful Sinnemahoning State Park in Pennsylvania, the Lowlands Trail uses the former corridor of the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad. The trail and park are now part of the tour development area known as PA Wilds. The Lowlands Trail provides good access to the regions natural areas rich with wildlife habitats, including Bald Eagle as well as Elk. The Park offers interpretive tours along the trail and can be contacted for their latest schedule. (Not to be confused with another Lowlands Trail at Chapman State Park near Allegheny National Forest)

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available on the north and south ends of the trail within Sinnemahoning State Park.

Lowlands Trail Reviews

too wet to ride the west creek

I found this trail and since it was a wet Monday we gave it a try. We started at the lot by the dam. The trail consists of the park road that leads to the gravel trail. We started out on a steep uphill climb. I’m not in the best shape but managed to pull myself up the hill. The ride downhill was worth it. The trail passes through a picnic area and the gravel portion through marsh. We saw turkeys . There is an elk viewing pavilion at the end of the trail. On the way back the hill is long but not too steep. We got back to the parking lot I decided to ride down the dirt road about a quarter mile and glad I did. I chased out an immature bald eagle

Scenic Trail

This trail is nice. It's about 6 miles long has small inclines and declines. The first 3 miles are paved and the traffic flows in a one direction. There is very little traffic on the road normally. At mile three the trail breaks to the right and extends for another 2 1/2 miles through the forest. There are no cars permitted on this part of the trail. The only think to make it better would be to make it longer.

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