407 S. Broad St. | Lancaster Township & Lancaster City
This lovely little trail runs along the Conestoga River on the eastern side of Lancaster City. Because it is paved and level, it is perfect for those that may have mobility and balance issues or small children. There are 3 access points with parking lots, one at either end and one near the middle. There are nice retaining walls along the path and the foliage is especially beautiful in the fall.
The portion of the trail near the Duke St. entrance is wooded on either side. After a while, housing projects back up along the trail. With this you do get some noise. The portion of the trail along the opposite ends runs beside Conestoga Dr. So if you have dogs or young children be careful that they don't go into traffic.
Distance: 2.6 miles out and back
Time: 50 min-1hr 40 min
Terrain: wooded | paved | urban
Difficulty: rare to medium rare
Activities: walking | jogging | biking | leashed dogs
Parking: 3 mid-size lots off of S. Duke St, S. Broad St. and Conestoga Dr.
Take US-30 West
Take the ramp on the right and follow signs for PA-23 West
Keep straight to get onto PA-23 / E Walnut St
Turn left onto N Broad St
Broad St. Parking Lot on Left
To access Duke St. Parking Lot
Continue on Broad St. which will turn into Chesapeake St.
Turn Left onto S. Duke St.
Lot is on Left, just before the bridge