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To mitigate the increasing spread of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania, we have closed the National Canal Museum and offices of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor. Our staff continues our mission-driven work from home. We hope you and yours will stay safe and healthy. Happy Trails!×
By Miranda Alvarez, Community Engagement Manager
Last year, we launched the inaugural group of D&L Trail Friendly Businesses. The program designated businesses that not only welcome trail users and support trails, but that serve their specific needs. This year, we’ve grown that list. We’re proud to announce the addition of 17 new trail friendly businesses.
The 2019 class of Trail Friendly Businesses include usual food and lodging options, but non-conventional businesses as well. Some unique additions, this year, were a massage and wellness studio to relax at post ride and antique goods shop. Needless to say, more businesses than ever are seeing the value in providing a welcoming atmosphere to trail users. In turn, we get to celebrate their connection to you and the trail!
Join us in welcoming the 2019 Trail Friendly Businesses:
Saucon Valley Bikes – Hellertown
Jenny’s Sweets and More – Lehighton
Diggity Dog’s & More – Slatington
Trailside Fine Family Dining – White Haven
Mario’s Pizza – Weissport
Someday Cafe & Roastery – Riegelsville
Lizard Creek Campground – Lehighton, PA
Times House – Jim Thorpe
Fox and Hound Bed and Breakfast – New Hope
The Victorian Connection – White Haven
Glen Onoko Guesthouse – Jim Thorpe
Jim Thorpe Massage & Wellness Studio – Jim Thorpe
AF Boyer’s Hardware – Slatington
Otter’s Odds & Ends – White Haven
Beautiful Hidden Treasures – Lehighton
Lehighton Outdoor Center – Lehighton
Blue Mountain Resort – Palmerton
People regularly ask where to eat, lodge, or shop along the trail. Now, we tell them to look out for Trail Friendly Business decals as they traverse the trail.
Trail users can also expect exceptional trail centric service. The next time you visit a trail friendly business, ask about their trail amenities. These businesses have been equipped with D&L Trail maps and offer services like bike parking and free water bottle refills.
To learn more about program, read our blogpost about the launch and inaugural class. To see a full list of participating businesses, check out our Trail Friendly Business page. Lastly, if you or a business you know want to become a D&L Trail Friendly Business visit our program page!