Jacobsburg State Park mountain bike trail map. 15 trails on an interactive map of the trail network. Get directions, reviews and information for Jacobsburg State Park in Nazareth, PA. Jacobsburg offers environmental education programs from the preschool environmental Once the site where the famous Henry Rifle was made, the Jacobsburg National Historic District lies almost entirely within the park. View larger map.
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Jacobsburg Trail – Pennsylvania | AllTrails
I wouldn’t go back unless it was to swim which I close to the javobsburg entrance. Call and contact a park employee. Not sufficient areas to comfortably sit and enjoy but for a trail it’s not too bad. There are bathrooms at the beginning where the parking is. Day use areas close at dusk. Bikers and horse have access to only certain trails so walkers and hikers don’t have to bump into bikers or horses if you don’t wish to.
The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Ajcobsburg Trails in Jacobsburg State Park reviews. Because Jacobsburg has so much in such a small package and is conveniently located Contact the center office for a schedule of historical programs or for information on the historic district.
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Otherwise it is wide, smooth, and shady throughout. I enjoyed this park as it was my first time there, but felt it had 2 flaws. Macobsburg enjoyed this park as it was my first time there, but felt it had 2 flaws. Kristin Birchard on Jacobsburg Trail. This is an easy trail and a very well used trail.
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All reviews environmental center walking trails bird watching miles and miles skip rocks close to home lehigh valley stream hike nature horses picnic fishing belfast snowshoeing terrain woods. Unexpected pieces of the past are here to be discovered, including a old chimneys, abandoned cards, and stone walls dating back to the revolutionary war.
This map goes through a development. There are flat trails and hilly jacobsbueg with a variety of terrain.
Michael Dougherty on Jacobsburg Trail. Great for kids and pets.
Henry’s Woods Trail
Watch out for mountain bikers. Jacobsburg has it all and a field just for horse trailer parking. I love this park.
Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center. Lots of people bring their dogs.
My wife and I walked on the paths inside the park. Not always marked though.
Jacobsburg State Park, a Pennsylvania State Park located near Allentown, Bangor and Bath
It shouldn’t be a problem for most hikers but some people might not care for that section. Most of the trails are flat and even, there isn’t to much climbing and trails are relatively smooth with very few obstacles to climb over such as rocks or things like that. It’s a semi large park so I personally find it to be dangerous without accurate maps or rest areas telling you where you are.
Definitely a well used trail. The history of Jacobsburg focuses on the Henry Family and their small arms industry; an industry that played a key role in the American Industrial Revolution. Hunting woodchucks, also known as groundhogs, is prohibited. The day was perfect, the trail was awesome, quiet except for the occasional sounds of the squirrels chattering, and the song birds singing. Growing up seconds away from the park this is the root of my love and appreciation for nature.
Easy hike with my 5 year old.
Henry House at Henry Road. To view the full results, click on the links under the top This brought the total land area of the center to its present size of 1, acres. The nearby John Joseph Henry House was built in Great trail with some amazing views. It’s a semi large park so I personally find it to be dangerous without accurate maps or rest areas telling you where you are.
There were so many forks that were not accurately displayed on this map that it causes us to get lost several times. A nice hill here and there and nice flat areas as well.