Trail Feasibility Study

The Pike County Trail Feasibility Study is complete and the final document located below.
This study focused on the Lackawaxen River corridor, between Hawley and Lackawaxen. The study sought to determine the physical and legal feasibility to construct and maintain a multi-use trail spanning approximately 14 miles from Hawley Borough, at the Wayne/Pike County Line, along the Stourbridge Rail Line, the Towpath, and the Lackawaxen River, to the Village of Lackawaxen.


Download the Trail Feasibility Study report below.

Pike County Trail Feasibility Study - Final Document
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E  (Existing Conditions, Conceptual Maps, Trail Route Maps)
Appendix E (Cost Estimate, Conceptual Renderings, Phasing Map)

The Trail Feasibility Study was partially funded through a state grant, in the amount of $55,000, from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund, which was matched by Marcellus Legacy Funds, created by Act 13 of 2012 to provide for the distribution of unconventional gas well impact fees to counties, municipalities, and commonwealth agencies.

Questions or requests for more information can be emailed to or directed to Pike County Assistant Planning Director Jessica Yoder at 570-296-3500, ext. 1382.