Swatara State Park
The Mountain Biking Trails at Swatara State Park can be reached from the State Park Lane Trailhead. Six loop trails twist through the woods and up-and-down hills. Each loop is about 1.5 miles in length, totaling 9.8 miles. These single track natural surface trails are a maximum 24 inches wide with log obstacles and stream crossings. They are considered “most difficult” by DCNR trail standards, but “easy” by International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) standards.
City/County: Lickdale, Lebanon County
Maintained by: DCNR
Local Trail Support:
https://www.facebook.com/SwataraStateParkMountainBikeTrails/ or https://groups.google.com/d/forum/swataraparkmtbtrails
Trail Directions: From I-81. Take the Lickdale/Lebanon off-ramp at Exit 90, left of the off ramp then go 1/4 mile to the lights at Lickdale turn left this turns into 443. Turn right onto State Park Rd, the parking lot is the bottom, for access to the rail trail and the single-track. Trail starts at notice-board, the rail trail is through the gate onto the old paved road.
- Trail Length: 9.8 miles of singletrack (and counting)
- Trail Level: Beginner/Intermediate/Single-speed
- Trail Type: Singletrack and Rail Trail