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Moraine State Park features a nearly seven mile bike trail, which follows the north shore of Lake Arthur. Along the way, you'll enjoy beautiful scenery, especially during the fall as trees line the lake and trail. At some points of the trail, there are relatively short downgrades and curves as this is not a rail-trail. Most of the trail surface is paved with asphalt; a half mile of the trail, towards its western end, is crushed stone.
From the west, take Route 422 East towards US Route 19. Take Route 19 south for less than a mile, then turn left onto Burnside Road. After a mile, make a left to West Park Road, then a right onto N. Shore Drive.
From Butler (east), take Route 422 West then take the North Shore exit. At the exit, make a slight right toward N. Shore Drive and take that road.
From the north, take I-79 South. Exit onto Route 108 (Elliot's Mills). After a half mile on Route 108 West, make a left onto Studebaker Road. After two miles, make a left onto Harlansburg Road and continue on Countryview Road. After 600 feet on Countryview Road, make a right on W. Park Road. Stay on W. Park Road for two miles, then make a left on N. Shore Drive.
From the south, take I-79 North. Then take the Portersville Road (Route 488 East) exit. After less than a mile on Route 488 East, make a left on Pleasant Valley Road. Drive on Pleasant Valley for a mile, then take Route 422 West. From Route 422, take the North Shore exit and make a slight right towards N. Shore Drive.
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