This network of paths crisscross over 350 acres of The Vosburg Neck, and connects to the new trails on the neighboring Howland Preserve. The Nature Center’s trails are well-marked and mowed regularly. Walk along the Susquehanna River on the “Trail of Faith” and watching for Bald Eagles fishing or perched in a tree. Remnants of the former North Branch Canal run for 3 to 4 miles around The Neck. The trails pass through fern glades and hemlock forests and along large stone walls and red-shale cliffs.
The map can be printed from this website and one is available when you sign-in on the porch of the Nature Center Lodge. Please review the rules for use with the trail information. The Nature Center is located on private property, Camp Lackawanna. Please be respectful. Dogs are welcome, if kept on a leash and in your control. Bikes are welcome when the trails aren’t muddy.
Trails are open to the public seasonally. During summer camp the trails are open on the weekends only. For two weeks in the fall the trails and grounds are closed for deer hunting. This closure starts on the first Monday after Thanksgiving. To get permission to hunt on Camp Lackawanna’s 350 acres, call their office at (570)348-0643. Hunting is allowed for all seasons on the neighboring property. Orange safety vests are available when you sign in to use the trails.