Black Creek Preserve Trail is a 2.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Esopus, New York that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
Pleasant, well marked trail that takes you down to the Hudson River with some hilly terrain. Good hike if you want to spend some time by yourself (without fear of falling off a cliff), but you will come across several other hikers. I went with my 11 year old for whom the hike was neither too easy nor too difficult.
This is another great hike with nice views of the Hidson.
Nice hike that takes you to the Hudson River! beautiful scenery!
Beautiful, and easy hike. It is also well marked.
This is a great beginners trail. It's cleared very nicely and has a few spots for views of the Hudson River.
Great hike. A lot of beautiful pictures to take and not hard at all. I would recommend this to and beginner hikers because there are not too many obstacles. Overall great hike.
one of my family's favorite hiking spots. serene setting with a great views of the hudson river.
This is a nice trail for dogs and to get a quick trail run in and it's really easy to find! It's really good for beginners and to just have a nice walk/run in the morning before your day starts or to finish off your day.
Quiet on a Friday morning in mid-August. Very peaceful. My dog and I navigated the trails without any problems. I'm glad I wore my Keen closed-toe water shoes—no slipping or sliding up-or-down. There are many downed hemlocks due to a nasty blight—so sad.
Great family hike. 3.2 miles with plenty of wildlife to keep the kids interested.
Great easy hike, good for dogs and children. Trails are well marked and nothing technical or difficult