- Explore the Corridor
- Signature Programs
- Partner Resources
Though the sun is shining, our landowners are still managing the impacts of Tropical Storm Isaias. For the most up to date information on trail closures, visit our interactive web map. At this time, avoid sections of D&L Trail located in Delaware Canal State Park.×
The offices of Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and the Emrick Center are closed until further notice to minimize the impacts of COVID-19. All programs and events are cancelled or postponed during this time, but our staff is working from home with email and cell phone access and is ready to answer any questions you may have.
The good news is that the D&L Trail remains open! It’s still a great way to get some outside exercise, which is excellent for boosting the immune system and reducing stress. When you head out on the trail, please abide by local, state and federal directives. Avoid large gatherings of people, practice 6’ social distancing, and avoid touching the surfaces of amenities such as water fountains and benches. As always, enjoy yourself, and post photos! #dltrail
The D&L Trail has been a respite and getaway for many during stay-at-home orders. If you’ve enjoyed your visits to the D&L Trail and if you can we hope you’ll consider supporting our Campaign for Resilience. When you make a gift to the Campaign for Resilience, your support goes to mission-critical, immediate needs like addressing D&L Trail needs including safety signage and clean-up and maintenance support during and after the stay-at-home period.
Visit delawareandlehigh.org/resilience for more information and to give.
The D&L Trail is owned and managed by three dozen different organizations. We will update the status of the D&L Trail with the closures or shut-downs due to COVID-19 measures on this page. If you are interested in individual sections or trail projects please visit the interactive trail map.
The following facilities associated with the trail are CLOSED:
For the D&L Trail this affects:
During stressful times, spending time in nature can be part of your self-care. Given the need for social distancing, please refrain from using the trail if you or someone you know has been unwell. For all others, please follow these best practices:
If you can, consider supporting our Campaign for Resilience to help with mission critical needs during this time.
Last updated on May 13, 2020.