Trails

Love the outdoors?  You’ve come to the right place! Citizens and visitors to Fountain Hill can enjoy the many hiking/walking/biking opportunities within minutes of our little borough.
 
Lechauweki Springs, right here in the borough at the top of, you guessed it, Lechauweki Avenue, offers short, pretty, steep trails surrounding the pond. Explore both history and nature close to home.
 
Surrounding the perimeter of Dodson Fields (located above the pool) are a variety of trails. To the east they rise above the Lehigh River circling around the City of Bethlehem reservoir and the back of St. Luke’s Hospital. To the west they eventually intersect the Salisbury Wildlife preserve. A steep hill starting at the end of Graham Street leads the walker down through beautiful vistas on either side, eventually ending in a walk along the southern part of the Lehigh River. View Parks and Outdoor Recreation Map.
 
Another Salisbury favorite is Franko Farms – host to a glorious collection of paths that are leashed-dog friendly.  The spot offer new surprises with every season and is a favorite for local birders.  Check bow hunting schedules in the fall.
 
South Mountain Park is a lovely place to walk or catch up on your disc golf skills. Moderate hills offer a slight challenge to those seeking a workout. Check out South Mountain Park's disc golf course.
 
The Lehigh Canal, minutes from the borough, offers a flat surface on which to  walk. Catch the peace of the river! Leashed dogs are welcome. View Deleware and Lehigh Trail Map.
 
Lehigh Fields offer trails behind the Lehigh University athletic facilities in Lower Saucon. While not wooded, the trails offer pleasant views through much of the way. Get Directions.
 
Big Rocks Park, just above Emmaus Avenue and a short drive from the borough, Big Rocks Park has beautiful views and a network of trails, some more challenging than others. Learn More.
 
Love history?  Take a walk through our neighboring Bethlehem’s historic section.  Make sure and stop at God’s Little Acre – a fascinating view into the relationship between Native Americans and the early Moravian settlers contained within a cemetery. Learn more about Historic Bethlehem.
 
If you find any special walks or hikes you’d like to share please let us know!