Sang Run State Park

Trail Information

Sang Run Trail Map​​

Sang Run State Park offers trails for everyone with varying lengths and difficulties. All the trails are great for hiking. Additionally, the trails allow snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in winter.

​Pick up a trail map in the Friends Store or at the bulletin board at the parking lot.

  • Bluebird Trail (1.4 mile)
    The blue-blazed trail traverses the agricultural farm fields and passes by a private family cemetery. A diverse grouping of habitats along the meadow edge and wooded area offers habitat for many species of mammals, birds, and butterflies.
  • Champion Tree Trail (0.1 mile)
    The green-blazed trail leads to the Champion Black and White Oak trees and Black Locust. Trail starts across from Friends Store.
  • Hawthorn Hideaway Trail
    ​(1.2 mile out and back)

    The red-blazed trail follows a old farm road northward through fields with hawthorn and apple trees. The trail loops around a pollinator meadow. Notice how the landscape changes and you will periodically see vernal pools creating habitat for a variety of amphibians along the trail.
  • Grosbeak Grove Trail (0.2 mile)
    The orange-blazed trail passes through a mixed hardwood forest along the edge of the main meadow at Sang Run. This wooded area is a successional habitat and demonstrates different stages of a forest. The woods provide habitat for a variety of animals, such as wild turkey and white- tail deer and variety of birds. This trail is an alternative to the bluebird trail.