Enjoy the tapestry of budding twigs and spring flowers as we walk through beautiful Trexler Memorial Park. We’ll enjoy the 16-foot wide paved trails that also accommodate joggers and bicyclists. These trails are very stroller and wheelchair friendly. Harry Clay Trexler’s estate gave this land to the City of Allentown. The Trexler’s summer home, Springwood Park, was located on the property. This 134-acre park has about 3 miles of trails for you to explore. This hike is appropriate for children of all ages. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Dogs on leash are welcome. Bring your binoculars/camera to watch the ducks and other birds, plus to capture the emerging spring plants. Bathrooms are available in the park.Directions: From US-22 East, exit at Cedar Crest Blvd. and turn left onto N. Cedar Crest Blvd. Go 1.5 miles to the intersection where Cedar Crest crosses Parkway Blvd. and Broadway. Turn right onto Broadway and almost immediately turn right again onto Springhouse Road. Travel 0.15 mile and turn into the parking lot of Trexler Memorial Park. We will meet at the entrance to Trexler in the parking lot. If traveling on I-78 or Route 309: From Route 309 exit at the Tilghman Street East exit. Then go east on Tilghman Street for 0.8 miles to Springhouse Road. Turn right onto Springhouse Road and go about 0.3 miles to Trexler Memorial Park on your left. Park in the parking lot.