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Download a copy of Primitive Backpack Camping Guidelines and Ethics distributed by the Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry. It contains the regulations for primitive backpack camping within our state forest districts. Please remember, in the back country you are on your own. Please be prepared to take care of yourself and the back country enviroment. 
The DCNR (Department ofConservation and Natural Resources) has updated their site that includes a new Pennsylvania Online Rails-to-Trails Guide with interactive maps, photographs of the rails trails and an abundance of information free for public use. This includes a total number of Open Rail Trails: 95. There are 968.6 miles of open trail, 101.5 miles under construction, and 654 miles in proposal phase. "Contained in this web site is information on Rails-Trails open to the public, under construction, and proposed. DCNR will periodically update this site as information comes into us from our many trail partners." ... DCNR 
In the near future all trails included in the Rails-to-Trails projects will carry the DCNR insignia  with the link to their respective page for more information.
Please note: Allegheny Highlands Hiking and Biking Trail  News

While the Allegheny Highlands Hiking and Biking Trail has been closed from the Salisbury Viaduct near Meyersdale to the Maryland border since the middle of May, people are still trying to use it.

Brett Hollern , trail manager, said the trail alliance was meeting yesterday and watched two apparently long-distance travelers on bicycles edging around construction equipment.

"There's trucks, machinery and ditches," he said. "We don't want anybody to get hurt."

It isn't local people who aren't obeying the trail closed signs, he said, it is people from out of the area.

The trail is closed for construction of the final 13 miles of the trail in Somerset County. It will remain closed the rest of this year.

Fliers are available in Meyersdale to show people how to use the trail while avoiding the closed area. Stricter warnings will also be posted.

A ceremony will be held to celebrate the completion of the trail next spring or early summer.

(Vicki Rock can be reached at

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Pittsburgh Region:  Allegheny Islands State Park located in Allegheny County
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Pocono Mountains/Endless Mountains Region: Nescopeck State Park is in Luzerne County
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ANF Forests Notes: There is a network of over 50 trails in the Allegheny National Forest . For a complete up to date trail condition report in *pdf format, please click here.
There are over 600 campsites, 6 boat launches, 6 canoe access sites, 2 nationally designated wildernesses and many miles of hiking, snowmobiling and ATV trails. Download recreation map of the entire Allegheny Forest Region for Campgrounds, Trails, Rec Areas 
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Allegheny National Forest  Allegheny Snowmobile Trails-multi use trail

Much of this trail is located on roads that are open in summer and snow covered in winter. The trail is marked with orange diamonds. 

300+ miles
including snowmobile trail connectors
Marienville and Kane have easy access to the trail system. Brown Run Road (off of SR 59, just east of Warren) also has trail access. Starts in Warren, con't to the New York state line. Trail 7, North Country Natural Scenic Trail, is part of a 3,200-mile National Scenic Trail.
3 trail host houses located along the trail system for serving the snowmobilers. 
ANF Recreation map
Beaver Meadows
ANF Southern
3+miles Take N. Forest Street (Forest Road 128) north out of Marienville for four miles. Beaver Meadows Recreation Area is located on Forest Road 282.  The impoundment serves as a waterfowl refuge bvmdt_map.pdf
Rec Brochure
Beaver Mead.PDF

(info only)
Brush Hollow & Mill Creek

(off State Route 948) 


7.7 miles Trailhead is located ten miles north of Ridgway on State Route 948.  The trails can be found on the James City quadrangle map. brush_hollow_map.pdf
Buckaloons Seneca
ANF Northern
0.8 mile loop  U.S. Route 6 west from Warren, PA. Buckaloons is just south of the intersection of U.S. Routes 6 and 62, about six miles from Warren.  Named for the Seneca Indian tribe that once lived here, circles the entire Recreation Area buclns_map.pdf
Trail Brochure

(info only)
Buzzard Swamp
ANF Southern
9.6 miles  Located on Forest Road 157, 1 mile south of Marienville on Loleta Road. The northern trailhead is located on Forest Road 376, 2.5 miles east of Marienville on Lamonaville Road. Wildlife Management Area  bzzsw_map.pdf
Clarion/Little Toby Crk  16-miles Trailheads are at Water Street in Ridgway, at Croyland (near Portland Mills) and at Taylor Park in Brockway Connects Ridgway and Brockway ANF-rec-map.pdf
Clarion-Toby Trail.PDF
Clearfield/Grampian Trail 10.5-miles Trailhead is located off I-80 Exit 19, PA 879 south 4 miles, right on Spruce Street Exit, first left (Chester Street) and left before True Value Hardware. Crushed limestone surface suitable for wheelchairs, hiking, cycling, jogging or cross-country skiing Clear-Gramp-TR.PDF
( info only )
Deerlick X-C Ski Trail 9.0 mile loop  drlkxc_map.pdf
Dewdrop Rec Area not available 5-page Scenic Route brochure Interpretive trail 

5-page Scenic Route brochure

5-page Scenic Route brochure
Hearts Content Cross-Country Ski Trail
ANF Northern

2- loops


1.1- mile 

15 miles southwest of Warren, accessed via the Hearts Content Road (Township Road 60131.) Interpretive signs along both trails describe how the forest is changing due to a unique relationship between people, deer and the old trees. hsctxc98_map.pdf
Trail Brochure
Little Drummer Historic Pathway

ANF Southern



The trailhead parking lot is located 8.0 miles west of Ridgway on Laurel Mill Road (Township Road T-307) in Elk County, Pennsylvania.  Trail is clearly marked with off-white diamond-shaped markers on trees, or with decals on brown plastic posts. Walk-in camping is permitted along the trail ldrummer_map.pdf
Little Drummer.PDF
Loleta Recreation Area
ANF Southern
3-miles Starts and ends at Loleta Marked with off-white diamonds-The trail passes a scenic overlook of the Millstone Valley loleta_map.pdf
Mill Creek Trail 5.6 miles  Use the Brush Hollow Trailhead (SR 948) to access the Mill Creek Trail on the southern end of the trail. The Mill Creek Trail is about 1000 feet north of the trailhead on the Brush Hollow Trail.  Forest Road 138 to Brush Hollow Trailhead (SR 948)  MillCrk.PDF
Minister Creek
ANF Southern
6.6-miles Trailhead parking lot is located on SR 666 west of Minister Creek Campground, 14.7 miles southwest of Sheffield, PA.  Minister Creek Trail joins the North Country National Scenic Trail- most northerly segment. The NCST continues east, and the MCT turns south back towards the campground.  MinisterCrk.PDF
Tanbark Trail
ANF Northern 
8.8-miles Trailhead parking is located at a pull-off on US 62 halfway between Tidioute or Warren, or at Dunham Siding which is on the Hearts Content Road at the junction of FR 116 and 119. From Warren or Tidioute, take US 62 to its junction with Hearts Content Road. From Sheffield, take the Austin Hill (Bull Hill) Road to the Hearts Content Road. Ties into the North Country National Scenic Trail & Hearts Content Recreation Area Hickory Crk Brochure
Tidioute Riverside RecTrek 
(Tidioute to Grove Run)

ANF Northern 

4.3 miles not available One way trail extending from town of Tidioute south along the railroad grade paralleling the Allegheny River. Orien_Tidioute brochure_map.pdf
Tracy Ridge 8.7 miles Trailhead parking lot is located 18 miles west of Bradford via SR 346 and SR 321, or from the Allegheny Reservoir/Morrison Bridge area via SR 59 and SR 321 at the Tracy Ridge Campground.  Located on State Route 321, north of the junction with SR 59 and south of the junction with SR 346. Tracy Ridge sits on a ridge top three miles east of the Allegheny Reservoir.  Tracy Ridge.PDF
Twin Lake Trail

Twin Lakes Recreation Area to North Country Trail 

15.8 miles Trailhead parking lot is located at the Twin Lakes Recreation Area off of SR 321, south of Kane, PA or north of Wilcox, PA. Begins at the long loop of the Black Cherry National Recreation Interpretive Trail located at Twin Lakes Recreation Area and travels west to join with the North Country National Scenic Trail.  twinlake_map.pdf
Twin Lake.PDF
Hershey/Getty/Dutch  Capitol Area Green Belt

(Loop around Harrisburg)

20 miles  There are several parking areas on the trail including the corner of Cameron and Elliot Sts., 19th St., Rt. 441, and Derry St. 20+ mile loop trail that links Harrisburg's parks, including Wildwood Lake Bird Sanctuary and Riverfront Park. GB_map872.pdf
Conewago Trail 5 miles From Elizabethtown - take Route 230 West for one mile. Trail head is located on the right just before the Getty Station. The trail follows Conewago Creek, passing woods and farmland coenwago_map.jpe
Conewago Trail.PDF
Lebanon Valley Rail-Trail
(Conewago Trail)
9 miles Colebrook
Parking is available at the intersection of Rt. 117 and Colebrook Road.
Open only during daylight hours.  lvrtph1aresized.jpg
Lititz-Warwick Trailway 15 mile  Parking for the trail is only available at the Warwick Township Municipal Campus at 315 Clay Road, Lititz (there is no fee to park).  There are historic markers that describe 3 properties along the trail that date back to the 1700's. lancaster_trails.jpg
Schuylkill Valley Heritage Trail-Tamaqua to Middleport 16 miles Park at the Newkirk Tunnel trailhead Connects the 1892 Tamaqua Railroad Station with the Newkirk Tunnel environmental education and historic recreation site. Schuyl-Heritage Trail.pdf
Stony Valley RR Grade
(Ellendale Forge to Lebanon Reservoir)
22 miles Access for Lebanon Reservoir end of trail is from Goldmine Rd. off of Rt. 443 southwest of Pine Grove Undeveloped Pennsylvania Game Commission administrative service road  Stone

State Gameland maps showing area 211/211A

 Thun Trail 
(Reading to Gibraltar)
11 miles Trailheads:  City of Reading to Border of Montgomery County  The reconstructed Trailhead will be known as the "Brentwood Drive Trailhead" on the Thun Trail.  TT-Birds-Doug.jpg
Lake Erie Region East Branch Trail
(Titusville- Spartanburg)
7.5 miles Can be accessed in Spartansburg at the Clear Lake Parking Area off Route 77 or in the Village of Glynden on Glynden Road. This original right-of-way runs from Spartansburg to Hydetown, just north of Titusville. no map available

gameland map showing RR

Laurel Highlands/Southern Alleghenies Incline Six Trail 1.1 mile  Park entrance fee is two dollars per adult. Parking for RV's and buses is available at the Visitor Center which is located 1 mile from Route 22 at the Gallitzin exit. Historic structures at Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site.  no map available
Horse and Buggy Tour 
The Mennonite Countryside 
33.7 Miles  Trailhead:Martinsburg Borough intersection of SR 866/SR 164. Countryside tour through Mennonite farmland. Charming Williamsburg and its BLue Hole Quarry. Horses and buggies will share the road with you.  horse-buggy-map.gif
Lower Trail
Juniata River Corridor
11 miles Alexandria and Williamsburg on Route 22 Alexandria and Williamsburg, Canoe Creek State Park, and Flowing Springs  lower.PDF
Mainline & Path of the Flood Trail 
Johnstown to Ehrenfeld (near Johnstown National Flood Memorial) 
 10 miles Franlin ballfield in Johnstown Follows the Little Conemaugh River and the Mainline of the Pennsylvania Railroad. no map available
Pittsburgh Region Allegheny Highlands Trail  (part of the Great Allegheny Passage)
Garrett to Fort Hill
24 miles Trailhead parking adjacent to the trail at the Meyersdale Station, Garrett, Rockwood, Markleton and Fort Hill.  The trail is currently open from the village of Fort Hill to the Salisbury Viaduct between the towns of Garrett and Meyersdale.  AHT-Gar-FtHill_map.gif
Allegheny River Trail
Franklin to Brandon
10 miles Franklin-east end of the 8th Street Bridge 
Brandon-Coal City Road-The parking lot is marked for the Samuel Justus Trail.
Allegheny River Trail is the southern extension of the Samuel Justus Recreation Trail.

Includes maps of all sections of the ART

Arboretum Trail
Oakmont (Hulton Road) to Oakmont (south end)
1.4 miles Park on Allegheny River Boulevard or Allegheny Avenue, both main streets run parallel to the trail. There is no fee for parking. This trail is not open to bicycles or motor vehicles; it is strictly for walking.
Runs the length of our business district - sandwiched between the two main streets
Arrowhead Trail (Montour Trail extension)
Within Peters Township
3.5-miles Arrowhead Acess Points Montour Trail is a multi-use non-motorized recreational rail-trail near Pittsburgh, PA that will ultimately extend 47 miles from Coraopolis to Clairton. Arrowhead_map.gif
Butler-Freeport Community Trail
Butler to Freeport
21 miles Sarver Road
Cabot-Winfield Road 
Noticable grade - an average 2-3% incline from the Allegheny River end (Freeport) as you go north Butler-Freeport.PDF
(info only-no map available)
Clarion Highlands Trail (Sandy Creek Trail Section) 8.6 miles West trailhead is at Belmar Village on the west side of the River.
East trailhead is in the village of Van on Route 322.
There are no facilities on the trail. Trail users should bring their own food, water, spare tire and pump. Allegheny-Rec-Trails.jpg
Eliza Furnace Trail, aka the "Jail Trail" (part of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail) 2.6 miles Starts at the east edge of downtown, in the parking lot near the new jail Location: Pittsburgh (downtown, behind the new PNC building at First Ave. & Grant St) to Hazelwood (under the RR trestle at 2nd Ave) heritage_trail.pdf
Five Star Trail
Greensburg to Youngwood
7.5 miles Trailheads:  Greensburg or Youngwood  Named by the five municipalities the trail passes: Greensburg, Hempfield Township, South Greensburg, Southwest Greensburg and Youngwood. 5star_map.gif
Greene River Trail
Greene Cove Marina (border of Greene & Washington Counties) to Rices Landing
4 miles Nothern terminus at Greene Cove Marina (on the border of Greene & Washington Counties) -Southern endpoint in Rices Landing. Parallels the Monongahela River GRT_bikemap.pdf
Hoodlebug Trail
(Indiana to Homer City)
6 miles IUP South Campus: Trail users may park in the lot adjacent to the ballfields at IUP's South Campus.
Old Route 119
Floodway Park:
Located off Main Street in Homer City
Red Barn Access Area: Located adjacent to the Homer Center Boosters' Ballfields
Follows the abandoned Indiana Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad between the Homer City area and Indiana hoodlebug_map.pdf
Indian Creek Valley Trail
Indian Head to Champion
5 miles Champion Trail Head 
Indian Head Trail Head 
Trestle Access to the Trail located in Melcroft PA 
23 miles planned  no map available
Montour Trail (part of the Great Allegheny Passage) 30 miles acessible
47 total when finished

access points

Montour Trail is a multi-use non-motorized recreational rail-trail near Pittsburgh, PA that will ultimately extend 47 miles from Coraopolis to Clairton.
North Shore Trail (part of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail) 3.4 miles Accessible from the Cardello Building at the
end of Beaver Avenue near the West End
Offers vistas up and down the rivers, the development on the North Side, downtown and close-ups of the contrast between old industry and new.  heritage_trail.pdf
Pittsburgh Riverwalk at Station Square 1.5 miles Station Square Reveals many points of interest and a spectacular view of the Golden Triangle.  d342.stationsqmap.jpg
Samuel Justus Recreation Trail
Oil City to Franklin
5.3 miles Oil City 
Forms the northern portion of a continuous 15.5 miles of rail-trail that run from Oil City to Franklin (the Samuel Justus Recreation Trail segment) and from Franklin south to Brandon (the Allegheny River Trail segment).  Samuel Justus.PDF
map not available
Steel Valley Trail (part of the Great Allegheny Passage)
Clairton to McKeesport
4.2 miles Sandcastle Park Part of the Great Allegheny Passage, a 152 mile bicycle and walking trail that will eventually connect Pittsburgh with the C&O Canal in Cumberland, MD, on non-motorized trails. steelvalley_map.pdf
West Penn Trail
Saltsburg to Blairsville
12-mile  Westinghouse trailhead near Blairsville Important link in the Pennsylvania Millennium Legacy Trail system.Follows the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal and Portage Railroad west-penn-trail_map.jpg
Youghiogheny River Trail - North (part of the Great Allegheny Passage)
McKeesport to Connellsville
43 miles Trailheads at   Connellsville and Ohiopyle Built along the "railbanked" right-of-way of the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad -continues to Meyersdale for 100 continuous miles of one of the most beautiful trails in the country. TRHT-YRN-9.gif
Youghiogheny River Trail - South (part of the Great Allegheny Passage)
Connellsville to Confluence
28 miles Trailheads at Confluence, Ohiopyle, Connellsville. Has been named as one of the best walking trails in the world.  TRHT-YRS-10.gif
Pocono Mountains/Endless Mountains Back Mountain Trail 2.5 miles Trailhead located on Parry Street in Luzerne Borough-park at Knights of Columbus near top of hill Route follows the old Lehigh Valley railbed
Back Mountain .PDF
List of Maps:

Luzerne County Rail-Trail
Wilkes-Barre to Old Forge
11.6 miles Trailheads:Wilkes-Barre, proceed to the Waterfront Professional Park and in Pittston The Luzerne County Rail-Trail is a rail-with-trail, meaning the trail shares a right-of-way with an active rail line.  no maps available
Philadelphia and its Countryside/Lehigh Valley Betzwood Trail (connects with Schuylkill River Trail)
Valley Forge National Park
2 miles N. Gulph Rd  Most of the trail runs along the edge of the Schuylkill River Betzwood.pdf
Delaware Canal State Park Trail 60 miles Washington Crossing-left on River Road / PA 32
From U.S. 22 -Turn right at entrance bridge to Hugh Moore Park. Cross the bridge, then go right and park near the picnic area.
Paralleling the Delaware River between Easton and Bristol delawarecanal_map.pdf
Horsham Powerline Trail
Horsham (Dresher Road) to Horsham (Babylon Road)
3 miles Simmons Elementary and Hatboro-Horsham High School
Pennsylvania Business Campus and the Horsham Business Center
Cross-township powerline trail.
12-foot-wide powerline trail runs on blacktop between Babylon Road and Dresher Road, the eastern terminus
no map available
Ironton Rail-Trail
(Whitehall, Coplay to North Whitehall)
9 miles North Whitehall  Trail consist of a measured 6 mile loop winding through Whitehall Township and the Borough of Coplay.Passes by the Coplay Cement Kilns-the last standing kilns in the United States.  Ironton_map.gif
Lehigh Canal
(Parryville to Jim Thorpe)
5.5 miles Accessed easily from Weissport Part of the National Heritage Corridor. This trail is near the Lehigh Gorge Rail Trail and the Switchback Rail Trail. lehigh_trail.jpg
Lehigh Canal (South)
(Allentown to Easton)
17 miles Follow Airport Road south approximately two miles, until it becomes Irving Street. Follow Irving Street 1.25 miles to Hanover Avenue. After making a right onto Hanover Avenue go about one mile and make a right onto Albert Street. Then follow the signs to the Bike and Boat trail. The Corridor represents a living “national park” where people work, play and live. lehigh_trail.jpg
Lehigh Gorge State Park Trail 25 miles  White Haven and Glen Onoko  Motorized vehicles and horses are not permitted except snowmobiles during the designated season. delawarecanal_map.pdf
Northampton-Bath Recreation Trail (Nor-Bath) 7.3 miles, 3.8 miles active  Northampton and Bath 
Jacksonville Road
Contact Northampton County Parks and Recreation, Gordon Heller, R.D. 4, Greystone Building, Nazareth, PA 18064, or call them at 610-746-1975. no map available
Pennypack Park Trail-
Philadelphia (Pine Rd on Montgomery County border) southeast to Philadelphia (Delaware River)
10 miles not available Pennypack Park provides playgrounds, hiking and bike trails as well as bridle paths for horseback riding. An adjunct to the park is the Pennypack Environmental Center on Verree Road
Perkiomen Trail
Perkiomenville (Green Lane Park) to Oaks
19.5 miles PERKIOMEN Access Extending from its connection to the Schuylkill River Trail (SRT) in Oaks in Upper Providence Township to Green Lane Park in Upper Frederick Township.
Schuylkill River Trail -
Philadelphia through Valley Forge National Historical Park to Oaks (connects with the Perkiomen Trail)
14.5 miles Trailheads:  Philadelphia to Valley Forge  This heavily used trail traverses beautiful scenic and natural areas of the lower Schuylkill River.  SRT_Map02.pdf
Wissahickon Valley Park (Forbidden Drive)
Philadelphia (Lincoln Drive) north to Philadelphia (city limit)
7 miles Forbidden Drive is the only trail open to bicyclists and equestrians without a permit.
All bicyclists and equestrians using the upper trails in the Wissahickon are required to register for a user permit. The permit, which is free, must be renewed annually.

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Valleys of the Susquehanna Pine Creek Trail
Ansonia to Waterville
41 miles There are four main trail heads with large paved parking areas along the trail route at Ansonia (Rt 6), Tiadaghton (Rt 362), Blackwell (Rt 414) and Waterville(Rt 414).  Travels along the floor of Pine Creek Gorge PineCrkRT_map.gif
York County Heritage Rail Trail (connects with MD's Northern Central Railroad Trail)
New Freedom to York
 21 miles Colonial Courthouse in York
Hanover Junction
Glen Rock
New Freedom
10 foot wide compacted stone adjacent to active rail line, the Northern Central Railway. york_maplrg.jpg

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