Timberdoodle Flats Interpretive Trail is a 1.8 mile loop trail located near Lewis Run, Pennsylvania. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking.
We came to hike right around Thanksgiving before the snow came. It's a very easy flat trail and is traversable with a jogging or all-terrain stroller. Perfect for budding hiking aficionados (toddlers/small children). The loop was well maintained and the markings were clear. The only negative was that the interpretive plaques/displays must be seasonal as the boards were all covered.
Very good trail for young, novice hikers between the ages of 5-7.
It was a pleasant walk through the forest and super easy. The interpretive trail signs still need replaced as suggested by a previous review. I enjoyed the abandoned beaver damn and I also took a picture of what I believe to be bear tracks.
The interpretive signs on this trail need replaced. If you want to benefit fully from this trail's features, I suggest waiting until the signs are replaced.. Check back here next year.