Presque Isle State Park is a National Natural Landmark that is comprised of 3,200 acres of sandy peninsula. It is the home of the Tom Ridge Environmental Center, the Presque Isle Lighthouse, many species of birds and plants, and boasts a multitude of recreational activities like swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, bicycling, and more.
Running from Corry, PA to Clymer, NY and vice versa, this hilly trail winds through the streams, swamps, and forests of Brokenstraw Valley. The railroad tracks that were created in the late 1800’s primarily for the region’s logging industry were purchased in the early 2000’s by the Northwest Pennsylvania Trail Association to become the Rails-to-Trails path it is now (TrailLink, n.d.).
Built by Erie Yesterday, Erie County Department of Health and VisitErie; this program or series of walks highlights hikes and walking tours of Erie's public art, outdoor recreational areas, and historical areas.
This section includes trails that are within 40 miles north of Meadville, PA.