Regional Trail Systems


Trail Map
Stroud Region Trail Map

Click on each trail for a description

Levee Loop Trail

Regional Park Trails

Dansbury Trailhead

Totts Gap Trailhead

Trail Studies





The Stroud Greenway


( Map ) Constructed in the aftermath of the floods in the 1950s, the levee separates the residents of Stroudsburg and East Stroudsburg from the torrential tendencies of the Brodhead Creek. 

From the Levee, picturesque views of the Brodhead Creek, wildlife, and community landscapes can be observed.  This section of the Brodhead Creek Watershed includes public parks, playgrounds, skate parks, several ball fields, two municipal swimming pools, natural ponds, a disc golf course, a public golf course, schools, East Stroudsburg University (ESU), Day Street Community Center, and the historic downtown districts of Stroudsburg and East Stroudsburg.

Levee Loop Trail Master Plan (15 MB .pdf)

Regional Park Trails

Contained within the following Stroud Region Parks are individual trails suitable for walking, jogging, birdwatching, nature study, and other companionable pursuits. Click here for the Stroud Regional Trail Map or on the name of a park below for a detailed trail map.

Big Pines Park Brodhead Creek Park Creekview Park
Glen Park Hickory Valley Park Katz Park
Pinebrook Park Yetter Park Zacharias Pond Park

Dansbury Trailhead

The first major trailhead to the Levee Loop Trail, located in Dansbury Park, includes an access road, parking, concrete stairs and paved ADA-compliant ramps to the top of the levee, bike racks, shade trees, and information kiosk, and a scenic vista of the park and the Brodhead Creek corridor.

Totts Gap Trailhead

( Map of Totts Gap Trailhead in Stroud Twp.Map )The Totts Gap Trailhead off Totts Gap Road in Stroud Township provides access to the famed 2,160-mile Appalachian Trail as it passes along Kittatiny Ridge.

Trail and Greenway Studies

The SROSRC has developed several feasability studies that look into future trail connections. Visit to view these studies.

Contribute to a distinctive community!

Recreational trails provide unique exercise opportunities and transportation routes, preserve critical open space, create natural corridors for wildlife, and enhance the communities through which they pass. As highly desirable destinations for an increasing number of residents and tourists, regional trails also contribute to the local economy. Trail users need food, lodging, shoes, special clothes, and gear for running, hiking, biking, skating, or skiing. Many even buy souvenirs and other items during their trip.

By preserving the Brodhead, Pocono, and McMichael creek greenways include open space and a planned regional network of trails, the Stroud Region presents an extraordinary park system for generations to enjoy. No matter what the season, everyone can find a special place here. Whether experiencing the beauty of the summer wildflowers, marveling at nature's awesome beauty in the fall, hearing the new-fallen snow crunching underfoot in the winter or listening to the chirping of delighted birds in the spring... our regional trails are a cherished community asset!