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By LUGENE SHELLY
For the Herald 

Lower Trail Connector to Canoe Creek Park Dedicated

 

Last updated 11/3/2021 at 3:52pm

Photo provided by DCNR

Cutting the ribbon for the connector trail between Canoe Creek and Lower Trail are (from left): Joe Basil, park manager; Irene Kuncelman, Friends of Canoe Creek; Debbie Wentz; Danielle Fitch, Friends of Canoe Creek; Ethan Imhoff; Rep. Jim Gregory (R-80th); DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn; state Sen. Judy Ward (R-30th); Thomas Prestash, PennDOT Engineering District 9-0 District Executive; State Parks Director John Hallas.

On Oct. 22, representatives from several state government agencies gathered to dedicate the new trail connector that joins the Lower Trail to Canoe Creek State Park. The connector extends the trail from the Flowing Springs trailhead to park property located on the northern side of Route 22.

Cindy Adams Dunn, Pennsylvania's Secretary of Conservation and Natural Resources was the keynote speaker. Secretary Dunn praised the efforts and cooperation of the organizations involved in the project, noting that connecting the park to the trail would provide access to clean restrooms, safe parking an...



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