To develop, interpret, and restore the historic, cultural, and natural resources along the PA Main Line Canal Greenway.
Allegheny Valley Land Trust will protect and convert railroad corridors into trails for public use, thereby providing opportunities for commuters and outdoor recreational activities. Our projects will maintain the integrity of these corridors for future transportation use while acting as an economic stimulus for the … read more
The Armstrong Rails to Trails Association (ARTA) is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization established to support the development and maintenance of the Armstrong Trail along with respecting, protecting, and preserving the natural resources found along the trial as well as it’s historical significance. The Armstong Trail … read more
The Butler Freeport Community Trail is a 21 mile scenic rail-trail in Armstrong and Butler counties. It is perfect for hiking, cycling, running, geocaching, birding, and cross country skiing.
Bernard C. Snyder Park and Boat Launch, Canfield-Holmes Sanctuary, Great Shamokin Path, Devils Washbasin Lake, and Cowanshannock Trail, White Lake and wetland.
The Butler Chapter cares for the Butler County and Armstrong County section of the North Country Trail. The chapter meets the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm in the YMCA Trustees Room in Butler, PA and all are welcome. Please visit our website at … read more
The Rachel Carson Trails Conservancy, Inc. is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3), volunteer-based organization dedicated to the development, protection, and promotion of hiking, biking, and walking trails throughout western Pennsylvania. The goals of the Rachel Carson Conservancy include raising awareness of the benefits of community trails, … read more