Top 8 Trails for Hiking, Biking & More

Northwest River Trail

Begin at Columbia Crossings River Trail Center and head north, passing Marietta and Bainbridge. Perfect for cycling, running, and winter sports like skiing and snowshoeing.

Conewago Recreation Trail

This 5-mile trail follows the former Cornwall-Lebanon rail line, connecting with the 19-mile Lebanon Valley Rail Trail. Ideal for hiking, running, cycling, and bird watching.

Warwick-to-Ephrata Rail Trail

Connecting Lititz, Akron, and Ephrata, this 8-mile trail is easy and popular for road biking, running, and walking. It takes about 1 hour and 46 minutes to complete.

Lancaster County Central Park

With over 13 miles of multi-use trails, Central Park is great for hiking, biking, and snowshoeing. Explore three family-friendly hiking trails for your next adventure.

Enola Low Grade Trail

Spanning 29 miles from the Susquehanna River to Atglen, this trail offers sections ideal for biking and others for hiking, walking, and running. Enjoy the scenic route on a former railroad bed.

Conestoga Greenway Trail

A 2.6-mile trail near Lancaster City along the Conestoga River, perfect for biking, running, and walking year-round. Enjoy the peaceful scenery, especially in spring and fall.

Lancaster Junction Recreation Trail

This 2.33-mile trail in Manheim is flat and gravel, ideal for walking, running, biking, and horseback riding. Pass by Amish farms and Chiques Creek for a serene experience.

Middle Creek Wildlife Management

Located between Lancaster and Lebanon Counties, this area offers 16 miles of hiking trails. It's a wildlife haven, especially for bird watchers. Follow seasonal regulations during hunting season.