Tatamy Trail is a part of the Two Rivers Trailway and the 9-11 National Memorial Trail and runs along the Bushkill Stream on former railway lines. Tatamy’s rich history and notable business are evident along the trail. The trail follows Tatamy’s eastern border, from the north at the Main Street Bridge to the south at Bushkill Street Bridge where it seamlessly continues into Palmer Township as the Palmer Township Bikeway.
Future construction will extend the trail along the Bushkill Stream north of Main Street to eventually connect with the Chrin Commerce Center and the Stockertown Trail and Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center. The future section within Tatamy Borough will include ADA parking and the Roderick Werkheiser Park with ADA accessible pavilion, stream access points, and a passive recreation area.
Parking: 8 spaces with additional parking and port-a-johns at Braden Park across the stream
Tatamy Fire Company Parking Lot at 164 Bushkill Street
Parking: allows for parking larger vehicles
Bushkill Street Bridge
Parking: limited parking
Future construction will extend the trail along the Bushkill Stream north of Main Street to eventually connect with the Chrin Commerce Center, the Stockertown Trail, the Plainfield Township Recreation Trail, and Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center. The future section within Tatamy Borough will include ADA parking, the Roderick Werkheiser Park that will include an ADA accessible pavilion, stream access points, and a passive recreation area.
Port-a-johns are available at Braden Park April through October.
The trail runs along Bushkill Creek with the majority on the former railway tracks. Businesses located along the trail are Grist Mill House, Llantrisant Health & Wellness center & Café, Kellyn Foundation and Mobile Market (locally grown farmers market June through October), Just Baked Bakery, and Tony’s Pizza & Restaurant. Veg Stock is held in October as a festival promoting healthy living. 2,500 people attended the first Veg Stock in 2018.
A bike repair station donated by Curt’s Cyclery is located near the Bushkill Street entrance.
Braden Park is located across the Main Street Bridge. Tatamy Municipal Building and Tatamy Historical Society are located at 423 Broad Street.