Pennsylvania Highways
Seaway Trail

Seaway Trail Western Entrance: Ohio state line west of West Springfield.
Eastern Entrance: New York state line east of Orchard Beach.
Length: 64 miles
County: Erie
US 20:  Ohio state line to PA 5
PA 5:  US 20 to the New York state line
Bayfront Parkway:  Alternate PA 5 to Alternate PA 5
Spur: PA 832:  Alternate PA 5 to Presque Isle State Park
Peninsula Drive:  PA 832 to Pine Tree Road
Pine Tree Road:  Peninsula Drive to Thompson Drive
Thompson Drive:  Pine Tree Road to East Fisher Drive
East Fisher Drive:  Thompson Drive to Peninsula Drive
History: Signed in 1978.  In that year, Seaway Trail, Inc. was created to promote the route as a tourist destination and to create regional economic development though the tourism that would be generated.

Bayfront Parkway was added to the route in 2004.

On September 22, 2005, the Seaway Trail became Pennsylvania's first designated National Scenic Byway.

Links: Great Lakes Circle Tour
Seaway Trail
Seaway Trail - Pennsylvania Byways
Seaway Trail Scenic Byway - America's Byways

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Page updated November 28, 2005.
Content and graphics, unless otherwise noted, copyright Jeffrey J. Kitsko. All rights reserved.
Seaway Trail shield courtesy of Seaway Trail, Inc.
Information courtesy of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Seaway Trail, Inc.