Category: Trails & Areas To Run and Play With The Dogs

Ground Hog Lock, Tinicum Park, New Hope, Bowman’s Hill, Washington Crossing, Yardley, Morrisville, Bristol

Ground Hog Lock – Tinicum Park This 14.9 mile section of towpath begins in Laubsville and is also located within the Delaware Canal State park. The Groundhog Lock trailhead contains a restored lock and locktender’s house, and would make the perfect location for an afternoon picnic. The trail has recently been restored after flooding, and is perfect for biking and… Read more →

Northampton, Hanover Canal Park, Allentown, Bethlehem, Freemansburg, Hugh Moore Park, Forks of the Delaware , Wy Hit Tuk Park, Ground Hog Lock

Northampton – Hanover Canal Park Before leaving Northampton, take a free tour of the Saylor Park and Cement Industry Museum. This museum, featuring nine giant kilns built in 1892, is dedicated to the Lehigh Valley’s contribution to the development of the cement industry. This region was once one of the world’s largest cement producers. The land in this area is… Read more →

Rockport, Glen Onoko, Jim Thorpe, Weissport, Parryville, East Penn, Lehigh Gap, Slatington, Laurys Station, Northhampton

Rockport – Glen Onoko Once in Rockport, you can follow this 12.6 mile trail down to Glen Onoko. Along the way, you will see abandoned ruins, and spectacular views of the Lehigh River. This trail is best-suited for walking and mountain biking. Railroad enthusiasts can check out the Rockport Tunnel; a 19th century railroad tunnel built through rock. This area… Read more →

The D&L Corridor and Trail

The D&L Corridor Trail Located in Eastern Pennsylvania, The Delaware and Lehigh Corridor Trail is a 165 mile-long recreational trail that runs the entire length of the Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor. It’s pristine landscape, historical significance, and cultural contributions to the history of our country have made this area a haven for the outdoor enthusiast. Its gorgeous trails… Read more →