Art and Nature Converge:
Welcome to the Karl Stirner Arts Trail

A pawpaw tree with its green fruit and green and yellow leaves
Learn While You Enjoy the Trail at Three Walk and Talk Events in June

Learn from experts in their fields.

Learn About Paw Paw Fruit on June 17
Learn About Paw Paw Fruit on June 17

Join us on the trail for a discussion and a look at the recently planted grove.

The Nicest Gneiss

Dave Sunderlin discussed the geology of Easton and beyond during Walk with the Profs.

Get Your Earth Day Calendar
Get Your Earth Day Calendar

This beautiful calendar features KSAT events and images from the trail.

New Interactive Map

Walking along the trail is more enjoyable than ever.


Get the latest news and volunteer profiles.

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Located in Easton, Pennsylvania, the 1.75-mile Karl Stirner Arts Trail winds along the Bushkill Creek, connecting the old Simon Silk Mill on 13th Street to Third Street at the base of the stone stairs linking Lafayette College’s main campus and arts campus. This sculpture park and recreational trail is named for an Easton sculptor who spent 25 years promoting the city as a major art destination.

Karl Stirner Arts Trail Inc. fosters opportunities for the community to experience the interconnectedness of art with nature, history, and health & wellness in a natural urban environment. The nonprofit achieves its mission by encouraging the activation of the trail with cultural, environmental, educational, and recreational opportunities. Learn more about the KSAT’s vision and mission, and be sure to check out the interactive map and the latest happenings.

Your generous donations enable us to maintain and improve our wonderful trail,
host annual free events, and continue to curate new and exciting art.

Karl Stirner Arts Trail Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, EIN 81-4283487—contributions to which are tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. The official registration and financial information of Karl Stirner Arts Trail Inc. may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.