Starting in a residential area of Northampton, the trail emerges into rural terrain that features open fields, woodlands, streams and small bridges. At mile 2.5, you reach Bicentennial Park. Here you'll find a 64 acre municipal park owned and managed by East Allen Township, with restrooms, pavilions, playgrounds, tennis courts and a wide variety of ball fields.
The trail winds down with views of farmland and woodlands before crossing Jacksonville Road. Currently, the trail goes a short distance farther to end near Jacksonville Park, another municipal park owned and mangaged by East Allen Township.
Parking and Trail Access
To reach the Northampton Trailhead, take State Route
987 North out of Allentown to 329 West. Turn left on Howertown Road (you'll see
Howertown ballpark at the intersection). Bear right onto Atlas Street then left
on Savage Road. You'll find a small parking lot on the left at the signed
The trail is also accessible from Bicentennial Park in East Allen Township and Northampton, which has
The trailhead outside of Bath ends on State Route 987 near the intersection
with Jacksonville Road. There is no parking.