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Stage Trail is a wide trail that bisects the park. Once the stagecoach road from Bethlehem to Wilkes-Barre, now most of the route is hiking trail. The relative flatness of this trail is testament to the skill of the early road builders. Starting in the northwest section of the park, Stage Trail begins at the park boundary and runs near Camp Shehaqua, the old village sites of Saylorsville, the dam and past Camp Daddy Allen. The eastern section of the trail begins on the exit road from Boulder Field and descends to the park boundary to become Old Stage Road in the village of Albrightsville. Boulder Field Trail can be accessed from this portion. At the east end of Stage Trail is a vast field called Berger's Field which is a designated bluebird area.

Directions: From White Haven, PA, Take Interstate 80 to Exit 41. Drive east on PA 534 for 6 miles to reach the park. Starting in the northwest section of the park, Stage Trail begins at the park boundary or begin at Camp Shehaqua which is the group site. Reach it by traveling left at the park office.

Elevation: 500 feet

Distance: 4.5 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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