Timberdoodle Flats Interpretive Trail is a 0.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Lewis Run, Pennsylvania that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
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.