Trails

The Endless Mountains Nature Center maintains over eleven miles of trails, which are open to the public for walking and biking at the times and seasons listed below. Most of the trails are shaded, and the difficulty varies from easy to moderate.


Accessibility

The camp roads and a few parts of trails are accessible to sturdy wheel chairs and strollers. The restrooms in the Nature Center Lodge are wheel-chair accessible. Call first to discuss specifics with the staff to make the most of your visit.


Rules

  • All trail users and visitors MUST sign-in and out on the porch of the Nature Center Lodge.
  • Leashed dogs are allowed. Clean up after your dog.
  • Bikes are allowed when the trails are not muddy.
  • Groups of 10 or more must have a program scheduled or be renting from Camp Lackawanna.
  • Only enter Nature Center Lodge and restrooms. All other lodges and cabins may be rented by other visitors.
  • Restrooms can be found in the Nature Center Lodge and an outhouse is available at the tent camping sites all year. In warmer weather, the restrooms near the pavilion are also available to trail users.


     The trails meander along the most peaceful stretch of the Susquehanna River and the historical remnants of the North Branch Canal, through mixed broad-leaf and hemlock forests, and up to an overlook with a view of the river and valley below. Visitors can appreciate birds singing, water trickling over the the steep cliffs or rocks in the river, leaves rustling, and the overall lack of modern noise.

thumbnail of new map of trails at Camp LackawannaClick Here for a printable map
Kiwanis Trail Map 

Trail Hours by Seasons:

Camp Lackawanna

June 17-Aug 16

Sat 8 am-dusk

Sun 8 am-5 pm

Aug 12-Dec 1

8 am to dusk, everyday

Dec 2-14
Closed for hunting, except Dec 8

Dec-June

Open 8 am-dusk, everyday


* During July and August, Camp Lackawanna offers a residential camp and the Nature Center offers day camp. For the safety of the campers the trails are closed to the public Monday-Friday.

 

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