Program runs from June 1 to August 18


Difficulty: Moderate Moderate

Distance: 1.72 miles

Restrooms: No

Dog Friendly: Yes

Stroller Friendly: No

Playground: No

Wheelchair Friendly: No

Location: Codorus State Park – small stone parking area along Sinsheim Road at Sinsheim Cove

GPS Coordinates

Your Keys to Adventure

  1. Park at the small parking area along Sinsheim Road.
  2. Start at the bulletin board and look to your right. A mowed trail will enter the woods. Take that trail – the lake should be on your left and the road on your right.
  3. Up ahead, you will come to a marker in the middle of that trail that says “21”. Turn left here onto trail L4.
  4. Follow the trail as it goes up a small hill into a pine forest. There may be a small foot path on your left at the top of the hill. Continue to the right and you will come to a more established trail at a “T” intersection. Turn right here.
  5. Next, you will come to an intersection with a bunch of trails. M22 will be on your right and SC 3 straight ahead. There is also trail 20 on your left. Turn left and follow trail 20 as it travels up the hill.
  6. You will pass a small trail on your left. Continue straight up the hill on the main trail.
  7. At the top of the hill, you will come to a field with a split of trails. Keep left here.
  8. The trail will wind through the woods and then you will come to two benches on your right and a split rail fence with a view of the lake on your left. Stop and take in the view for a moment and then look for the number 19 marker down the trail you were on.
  9. Once at the number 19 marker, turn right and follow the SC5 trail. It will bend to the right a short way down the trail and then you will continue straight for a few hundred yards.
  10. You will come to an intersection with trail 27 on your left. Continue straight as the trail starts going downhill.
  11. You will then come to a “Y” intersection as you’re going downhill, keep right here and head down the hill. A pine forest should be on your right.
  12. After 50 yards, a trail will be on your right. Look for the post here at this intersection.
  13. To return to your car, turn right onto trail 3 by the post. Follow it as it meanders through the pine forest for a few hundred yards before coming to an intersection with several trails. Turn left here and follow the trail straight all the way to the parking area.

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