Tatamy Trail


The Tatamy Trail begins in West Easton and heads north to Tatamy Borough, primarily along a former railroad corridor. On its southern end, it meets the Palmer Township Recreation Trail, which connects the towns of Palmer and Bethlehem on 7.8 miles of rail-trail. There are plans to connect to the Stockertown Trail and Plainfield Township Recreational Trail to the north.

The trail is paved and tree-lined with much of it following Bushkill Creek. Along the way, it passes through several parks (from south to north): Meuser, Hackett (where you’ll find a ½ mile climb and descent), Penn Pump, Penn’s Grant Open Space, and Mill Race Park.

Activities: Walking, Biking, Cross Country Skiing, Handicap-Accessible, Pet-Friendly

Difficulty: Moderate

Length: 6.6 mi 

Surface: Asphalt

Elevation Gain: 551 feet total both ways

Route Type: Out and Back

Trail End Points: Tatamy Road (Tatamy)  and S. 25th Street (Easton)

Access Points: Parking and restrooms are available in Hackett Park (along Hackett Avenue) in Easton and parking can be found in Mill Race Park (Newlins Mill Road and Bushkill Drive) in Palmer.

Points of Interest along or Near the Trail:


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