Built on an abandoned corridor of the Reading Railroad, the Lititz-Warwick Trailway traverses developed and agricultural land in this area. The trail is a walking, jogging, biking, and cross-country skiing destination for the community. It is used for recreation and as a corridor linking residential areas to schools, workplaces, and outdoor venues including Lititz Run Creek Greenway, a linear park that extends from Lititz to Warwick Township. There are two restored 18th century buildings along the trail with interpretive signage to tell their story. They are privately held but can be viewed from the trail. The trailway is also a junction for several other trails in the community, namely the Bonfield Trail through the John Bonfield Elementary School Complex, the Newport Square Trail Trailway to Newport Road, and the Warwick Township Municipal Campus Trail at the Complex’s parking area. All of these trails are shown on Explore PA’s map of the Lititz-Warwick Trailway. Parking for these trails is available at the Warwick Township Municipal Complex and at the John Bonfield Elementary School. In the coming years the Lititz-Warwick Trailway will connect with the Warwick to Ephrata Rail Trail currently constructed through the boroughs of Ephrata and Akron to create nearly 10 miles of trail to connect the four communities.