- 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.×
Following the historic transportation route of Anthracite coal from mine to market, the D&L Trail connects people to towns and cities across five counties from Wilkes-Barre to Bristol, Pennsylvania. With 144 miles open and available to trail users and plans for more than 165 miles, individuals across the Corridor can access the trail via 54 trailheads up and down eastern Pennsylvania and connect to 55 parks.
To find a D&L trailhead near you , visit our online interactive map.
Let us help you plan your next visit to the D&L Trail and Corridor, using our various tools, including our online and regional maps, ride guides, and Trail Friendly business recommendations.
Visit our Plan Your Trip page for a full catalog of our trip planning tools.
Throughout the D&L Corridor, history is still very much alive and the D&L connects people to remnants of American history. Through the National Canal Museum, interpretive panels on the trail, and conservation efforts, the D&L preserves and celebrates the rich history of the Corridor. The physical trail, moreover, connects users to more than 300 sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Corridor is full of great places to eat, shop, and recreate — but we’ve done the work of identifying the most trail friendly ones so you don’t have to. From training their staff on D&L Corridor and Trail knowledge to refilling water bottles and providing bike racks, our D&L Certified Trail Friendly Businesses are committed to not only welcoming trail users and the D&L community but serving their unique needs.
For a full listing, visit our Trail Friendly Business page.
Hang out with us online and in-person at one of the many events we host and attend every year. We invite anyone and everyone to come to the National Canal Museum for our Canal Cruises, visit us at our booth at one of many tabling events, and volunteering at one of our major events.
Learn more by visiting our Calendar of Events.