The Karl Stirner Arts Trail in Easton combines modern art with the beauty of the great outdoors. Named after a local sculptor, this 2.4-mile-long trail stretches along Bushkill Creek and connects to downtown Easton. It features over 15 pieces of artwork, including sculptures, paintings, and a poetry mural. Some of the highlights include the trail’s iconic red arch and the Young Masters Wall, which features rotating paintings by local children’s groups. The Tree of 40 Fruit has 40 different stone fruit saplings grafted onto it. It creates a dazzling display of blossoms in the spring and summer.
The Karl Stirner Arts Trail is open year-round. Bikes and dogs are welcome. Parking is available on North 13th Street across from the old Simons Silk Mill. A smaller lot is located near Butz Park on Bushkill Drive.