Trolley Trail

The Countryside Conservancy Trolley Trail is a non-motorized recreational trail that’s popular for walking, hiking, running, and cycling. The trail follows old railbed of the historic Northern Electric Trolley. Its gentle grade is generally easy, making it a great option for families.

Upon completion, the trail will connect Lake Winola and Clarks Summit. Three sections of the Trolley Trail are complete and open for public use:

  • La Plume to Factoryville: This section is 1.7 miles long, extending from Keystone College to Factoryville Borough. It connects to the trail system at the Keystone College Woodlands Campus. Parking is available at the Whitney Chamberlain Memorial Trailhead near the Keystone College football field and on Riverside Drive in Factoryville.
  • Clarks Summit to Dalton: This section is about 2.8 miles long from Old State Road in Clarks Summit to South Turnpike Road in Dalton. The trail surface is mainly follows the railbed with some earthen paths and on-road sections. Parking is available at the Abington Little League fields, the Roz Peck Memorial Trailhead on South Waterford Road, Church of the Epiphany, and downtown Dalton.
  • Dalton to La Plume: This section is about 0.7 miles long. Parking is available on Cherry Street in Dalton.
A crushed stone path surrounded by trees on Countryside Conservancy's Trolley Trail A smooth, flat section of Countryside Conservancy's Trolley Trail

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