Trail

Lebanon Valley Rail Trail- Colebrook Trailhead

Colebrook, PA
Length: Varies
Type: Point-to-point

About This Trail

[Total: 1    Average: 2/5]

The Lebanon Valley Rail Trail is a flat paved or packed gravel trail suitable for all strollers, early walkers, toddlers, and other explorers.

The Colebrook Trailhead has a port-a-potty, and is adjacent to a small park including  a swing set, playground and covered picnic area.

To the west it is approximately 2 miles to the next trailhead, Lawn. his section passes the back side of a farm between 1 to 1.25 miles from the parking area. This farm often has horses in the pasture, in the spring there are often geese and ducks along the creek.

To the east it is approximately 2.5 miles to the next trailhead, Mt. Gretna Spur Trail. This section is heavily wooded.

(Note: Google maps currently has this trailhead labeled as “Mt Grenta Trailhead”, this is confusing since there is another trailhead in Mt. Gretna, 2.5 miles East)

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Trail Features

Stroller friendly Yes
ADA accessible No
Water fountains No
Bathrooms No
Cell reception Excellent
Pet friendly Yes
Nearby convenience store Yes
Camping Nearby No
Emergency support
within 5 miles
Yes

Trail highlights

Picnic Area, Playground, and Shaded Hike

Both sections on each side of this trailhead are heavily wooded. It’s a great hike for a hot day as there is always shade.

This trail is great for all strollers.

Trail Contributor

[Total: 1    Average: 2/5]

I’m Ruth, and my little hiker is Ellie. We joined Hike it Baby in November 2017, when she was just two months old. I was a new mom, with a new baby, in a new place looking for a community to connect to and a way to get moving gently. In the Fall of 2018 we opened a new branch, Hike it Baby Lebanon-Hershey, Pa. The new branch is a little closer to home, and hope to increase participation in our local community. I’ve always love the outdoors and an occasional hike and Hike it Baby has connected me to the outdoors in a new region of the country. I am proud to get outdoors more frequently and hope to raise a daughter that loves to be outside.