Biking in York PA

Lace up your cycling shoes and prepare for your pedal-powered adventure in York County, Pennsylvania. From family-friendly loops to heart-pumping climbs, our diverse bike trails cater to every two-wheeled passion.

Must-Ride Trails

For a relaxing ride through the country, hop on the Heritage Rail Trail, which is nearly 30 miles long and follows an active railway once used by President Lincoln on his way to deliver the Gettysburg Address. If you're looking for a challenge, try the Mason-Dixon Trail, a 200-mile excursion winding through several parks, with sections hugging the Susquehanna River. 

Mountain bikers will love Rocky Ridge Park and William H. Kain Park. Rocky Ridge Park has 12 miles of challenging trails and breathtaking vistas, while Kain Park offers 12 miles for all skill levels. Another must-ride spot? Codorus State Park, with a designated 195-acre mountain biking area featuring 6.5 miles of singletrack.

Families will enjoy John C. Rudy Park and Gifford Pinchot State Park. Rudy Park has a two-mile paved loop perfect for biking, hiking, or rollerblading. There's also a BMX bike track for the adventurous. Gifford Pinchot State Park features a 3.5-mile multipurpose trail that winds through woodlands and along the lakeshore. 

Start Riding

Grab your helmet, hop on your trusty steed, and let our bike trails spin you into an unforgettable adventure. 

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Heritage Rail Trail