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    • 11th Annual Buffalo Creek Half Marathon

    • Posted September 26, 2016
    • More details: http://www.butlerfreeporttrail.org/buffalo-creek-half/ All New Start – Cabot Methodist Church 707 Winfield Rd, Cabot, PA 16023 Finish- 2nd Street, Ext, Freeport, PA 16229 NEW Parking at Cabot Methodist Church 707 Winfield Rd, Cabot, PA 16023. Overflow parking at Winfield Township Building, Brose Road, Cabot, PA 16023. No Shuttle to Start. Belongings will be transported from starting area to. . . Read More
    • Half Marathon – All New Start 2016

    • Posted September 26, 2016
    • START LINE is at Cabot Methodist Church, 707 Winfield Rd, Cabot, PA.  Primary parking is at the church and overflow parking is at Winfield Township Building, Brose Rd, Cabot, PA.  There is no shuttle to the start.  Belongings will be transported from starting area to finish.  There is a shuttle from the finish back to. . . Read More
    • Fellowship Crossing is OPEN-enjoy

    • Posted September 24, 2015
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    • 10th Annual Buffalo Creek Half Marathon

    • Posted November 18, 2015
    • WHEN: Saturday October 17, 2015 Race starts promptly at 9am Start- Winfield Township Building, Brose Road, Cabot, PA 16023 Finish- 2nd Street, Ext, Freeport, PA 16229 All entrants MUST park at Lernerville Speedway, 313 N. Pike Road (Rt. 356), Sarver, PA 16055 A shuttle will be provided to the starting area and also back to the parking area. . . Read More
    • Ron Bennett, First President of the BFCTC, presented this speech at the First Annual Dinner April 10, 2011

    • Posted September 2, 2015
    • I was honored when asked to spend a few moments to talk about our trail. When my friend and tireless trail volunteer – Art Borland, asked me to talk about the trail, I asked him how long I needed to speak.  He said about 20 minutes or so.  My problem now is how do you. . . Read More

Trail Heads

The Butler-Freeport Community Trail is about an hour northeast of the City of Pittsburgh. The 21 mile rail-trail on the corridor, open since 1989, is nestled in the scenic wooded valley that follows Little Buffalo Creek to Buffalo Creekand on to the Allegheny River at Freeport. The trail is flat and easy to ride. Heading north from Butler, you’ll be on a slight incline. The trail surface moves from crushed stone to dirt to asphalt. Find A Trail Head»

Geocaching

Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. Geocaching is enjoyed by people from all age groups, with a strong sense of community and support for the environment. Learn More»

News & Events

The trail offers a safe, quiet, peaceful, green, asphalt-free place for daily walking, jogging, health-enhancing physical activity, and simply strolling. Benches or picnic tables are placed at regular intervals in scenic locations. Restroom facilities are available seasonally from May to October. During weekdays, one will find mothers with young children, groups of retired folks, and local children enjoying the trail. Evenings bring out local families. Read More»