There are multiple parking locations for visits to the Karl Stirner Arts Trail. The ideal location depends on how much time you wish to spend or the distance you are interested in covering.

The majority of KSAT, short of the Nature Trail, is wheelchair and stroller accessible, whether you arrive from downtown or at either of the trailheads.

Bushkill Drive Parking

GPS address: 524 Bushkill Drive, Easton, PA.

This lot is a short walk from the entrance at the Richard McAteer Memorial Bridge (“blue bridge”). Sidewalks and ramps make this parking lot accessible for wheelchairs and strollers. Crosswalks ensure pedestrian safety on your walk to the trail.

McAteer Bridge Parking

This is a small, paved lot just north of the McAteer Bridge (“blue bridge”), directly linked to the paved trail alongside Bushkill Creek, opposite the dog park. This is ideal for dog park visitors, as a brief leashed walk to the fenced-in dog park also offers opportunities for pooches to dip their toes in the creek. The paved path makes this another accessible parking lot.

13th Street Parking

GPS address: 550 N 13th Street, Easton, PA

This parking lot is located close to the Silk complex, across from the former site of PA Water Rescue. It lends itself to a lovely afternoon there and a stroll along the trail. The lot is paved and leads directly into the 13th Street trailhead, accessible all the way through the McAteer Bridge (“blue bridge”) entrance on Bushkill Drive and into downtown Easton.


Alternative Parking

For extended visits to Easton, you can park in one of the two garages downtown or by the riverside parks along Larry Holmes Drive and stroll through the city to reach the Karl Stirner Arts Trail. Visitors can find maps with directions throughout downtown.