Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails in Pennsylvania with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

I like that the trail branches in so many directions so you switch up your route often. The trails are paved so it's good for when other trails get muddy or if you have a stroller. I would of gave it more stars but it can get kind of crowded in the summer.

Beautiful scenery and great paths to run on. Can’t wait to see it in the spring/summer.

Definitely not a hiking trail, as it’s a paved walking/bike path. Several informational boards along the way describe the history of the area. You are also able to see remains from the ghost town of Billmyer. I found the “cliffs” to be neat but underwhelming. The orange fencing is still up but easy to walk around. Watch your step and wear proper footwear as there is a ton of glass, old scrap metal, and other remains along this trail and the cliffs.

Such a nice little hike, many other trails in the area to make a longer more challenging hike.. Balanced Rock viewing area was well worth seeing

old stomping grounds ... nice place to take kids

Absolutely beautiful and amazing. Walking the trails, bird watching or fishing.

Great, well-maintained flat gravel trail. I hiked from the trailhead on Rt. 230 to the intersection of Rt. 743 and back, but you can go farther until it merges with a trail in Lebanon County.

19 days ago

Very maintained trail ! Very easy walking out and back and very nice views. If you wanted to nice path for riding bikes from south fork to mineral point.

I went here for a dayhike in 2016. Easy walking, close to city.

Great trail, but people living at North end at Newport Commons should be embarrassed. Do they just throw trash off their balconies? Trail is well maintained except for that section.

Nice walk- not really a hike. Paved trail- very quiet and scenic. I walked solo and didn’t see another person.

Loved this trail! There was several points with some breath taking views. It involved a lot of moving around rocks and some climbing which I liked. Absolutely beautiful!

Lots of trails explore! Very dog friendly. you can swim in the creek in the summer (as can your dog).

I love this trail! It is a daily walk for me and my puppy. If you are walking your dog be cautious of people who let there dogs off leash on this trail. I see this almost daily.

great trail,easy hiking for the experienced hiker

Been here multiple times and it never disappoints. A 3 mile loop and the scenery is different the whole way around. Beautiful park and friendly people. Wildlife is small and easy to spot. Took my pup here a few times, she loved it, access to trash cans and poop stations. There could be more poop stations, but it’s still nice. They even have dog water bowls attached to the water fountains.

Great trail for biking, walking, and running. Plenty of history in the area, and the White Cliffs of Conoy offer an amazing view.

Nice easy loop, lots of nice people and dogs!

Great trail.... I will warn you though this trail is moderate to an avid hiker. It is definitely very challenging. And we did have to scale rocks to get to the top of the north lookout. We came in the opposite direction however meaning we started with the river of rocks trail and then climbed up the mountain to then climb up to the north lookout. All in all a very good hike.

Great hike! But for a better more rewarding challenge start by going down in the valley and then come so that you end on top of hawk mountain.

Such a fun little hike. And what’s nice is that if you want a longer hike, there are several longer trails close by that attach to it. Highly recommended .

easy hike, nice view of lake.

While the trail itself is a little short for biking (what I primarily use it for), there is a gate right off of it into the West Laurel Hill Cemetery-- a fascinating place with extensive intertwined roads and lots of the hills. The funerary architecture is amazing. There's parking right across from the gate on the trail, off Belmont and Levering Mill Road, but I usually park at the Rock Hill Rd trailhead (shares a lot with a CVS). From there, it is pretty much all up hill (slow rise, but noticeable on a bike) to Cynwyd Station and you can also turn off to do the bridge over the Schuykill.

4 months ago

Very well kept rail trail with beautiful views and benches along the way. Can be hiked as an out and back from South Fork/Ehrenfeld or connects with the Staple Bend Tunnel Trail and lower Path of the Flood Trail for a longer hike/ride to Franklin (Johnstown).

Great trail. Only negative is that you have to cross a busy road to continue on the trail.

scenic driving
4 months ago

Lots of large trees and gandoderma.

Nice 1.3 mile trail from the outskirts of Franklin (Johnstown) to the Staple Bend Tunnel Trail, joining that trail right at the historic tunnel. Well maintained, only a mild incline near the end, benches and historic informational signs along the way, and a picnic table on the other side of the tunnel. Great for walking with kids or pets. 2.6 miles total to the tunnel and back, or 3.5 miles one way from this trail head to the parking lot at the far end of Staple Bend Tunnel Trail.

What a nice trail! I only had time to walk about an hour on this trail but will definitely be back to complete it. Altogether, I believe it is about 14 miles round trip from Corry, PA to Clymer, NY. The trail is mixed paved, stone, and compacted dirt. A real gem in downtown Corry!
The trail is wide and clear with several parking areas along the way.

rock climbing
4 months ago

Gorgeous. Nice challenge with an 8 year old in tow.

easy hike. Trail loops for 5 miles. It's also used as a biking trail.

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