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Biking, Hiking, and outdoor adventures in Williamsport PA

Lycoming County and Williamsport have bike trails, hiking trails, & ATV trails all around. You can travel city to city or be one with nature anytime.

Lycoming County offers more than 100 miles of trails for backpackers, bikers, and trail riders alike. Williamsport offers the river walk and bike paths from Montoursville through Lycoming Creek. We also have the trails through nature you only see in dreams.

Once you're here, no matter where you go in Lycoming County, you'll find a lot to your liking ...not to mention plenty of down home comforts and urban excitement along the way.

Muncy Heritage Park and Nature Trail, Muncy
Muncy Heritage Park and Nature Trail is 11 acres of historical and environmentally significant property on the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. The area allows Muncy to showcase the history and natural beauty of Penn Port, a commercial center and residential area that grew out of and around the bustling West Branch Canal industry of the 1800s.

Loyalsock Bikeway, Williamsport
The bikeway follows Lycoming Creek and much of the former Penn Central Railroad corridor in Old Lycoming and Loyalsock Townships. It connects several parks and communities north of Williamsport with the 11-mile bikeway system in the Williamsport Urbanized area.

Susquehanna River Walk & Timber Trail, Williamsport
The Susquehanna River Walk is an approximately 4 mile paved bikeway/walkway loop along the levee system in Williamsport, South Williamsport and Loyalsock Township. Timber trail amenities include interpretative signage, benches and a sculpture showcasing the region's rich timbering history.

Bonner Sports and RV, Jersey Shore
Bonner Sports & RV, located 5 miles north of US 220 on RT 44 in the Pine Creek Valley, is the complete source for all your recreational vehicle, powersports and bicycling needs.

The Old Loggers Path, Masten
The Old Loggers Path is a 27 mile hike that passes the valleys of Rock Run and Pleasant Stream. The path follows old logging trails and logging railroad grades.

The Loyalsock Trail, Montoursville
The Loyalsock Trail is a 59-mile trail beginning in Montoursville and ending north of Laporte. Explorer Scouts of Post No. 110 (Boy Scouts of America) from Williamsport, PA, led by Howard Ulman, Jr., laid out the Loyalsock Trail in 1951. The Loyalsock Trail is one of the best backpacking trails of Pennsylvania.

Haneyville ATV Trail, Haneyville
The Haneyville ATV Trail, located in the Tiadaghton State Forest, is 19 miles of trail that vary in difficulty. The trails are mostly narrow and somewhat rough woodland trails.

Pine Creek Rail Trail, Jersey Shore
The Pine Creek Rail Trail is a 62 mile trail that extends from Jersey Shore in Lycoming County to Ansonia in Tioga County. Travel through many quaint villages along the trail including Waterville, Cammal and Slate Run. The trail is made of crushed limestone and features beautiful natural scenery and is perfect for all levels of biking from a family outing to an avid biker.

Montoursville Bikeway, Montoursville
This is a 9.57 mi Bike Ride in Montoursville runs along Indian Park. Both ends of this ride are dedicated bike paths. In the middle is a bike route that follows lightly traveled streets, a highway overpass, and trails through parks.

Golden Eagle Trail, Camaal
The Golden Eagle Trail, because of its gorgeous scenery and challenging terrain, has been called the best day hike in Pennsylvania. The trail is an approximately nine mile loop, with much of the mileage taking place on the old logging and quarryman’s trails in Bonnell and Wolf Runs in the Wolf Run Wild Area.

Black Forest Trail, Slate Run
Black Forest Trail, a 42.2 mile trail built by the Bureau of Forestry, utilizes old railroad grades, logging trails and foot trails along some of the most stunning terrain in Pennsylvania.

Riverfront Park, Williamsport
Riverfront Park was formerly the Native American Village of Ostonwakin. This is a place where history lives in nature and you can enjoy a recreational facility. There are bike and walking paths, a picnic pavilion, a multi-purpose field and a boat dock. Take a self guided tour of Canfield Island.

Lycoming Creek Bikeway, Williamsport
In a pretty valley between the West Branch of the Susquehanna River and Bald Eagle Mountain, the Lycoming Creek Bikeway is a fitting hometown asset. Tourists are not flocking to it, but the local folks have embraced it for their walks, morning run, ride with the grandkids or an off-road route to one of several ballparks located just off the trail.

Rider Park, Warrensville
Rider Park is one of Pennsylvania's great scenic and recreational treasures—867 acres of protected land available to the public 365 days a year for hiking, trail running, mountain bike riding, cross country skiing and other low impact recreational activities.