Caumsett Mountain Bike Trail is a 5.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Huntington, New York that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Horses are also able to use this trail.
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Directions from Long Island, NY: Travel the Northern State Parkway east to NY 106 / 107 exit. Proceed north on NY 106. Turn right onto NY 25A. Travel it, bypassing Colf Spring Harbor. Turn north (left) onto West Neck Road. Travel about 4 miles crossing over a slender parcel of land with Oyster Bay on the left and a segment of Lloyd Harbor on the right. The park is reached in about .25 mile. The trail begins from the parking lot.
This is my favorite park! It's breathtaking in the fall with all of the different colored leaves. On quiet days you can be on a trail walking for almost an hour and not run into anyone. It's so quiet and peaceful , absolutely love this place.
nice ride and great views..
Half dirt/sand roads, half paved out, good for mountain bikes, walking, horses, gets really packed on nice days. Spectacular views of Long Island Sound by the beach and looks very nice in autumn when leaves are changing colors. Relatively easy ride, some uphill but nothing too crazy.
View was phenomenal
Nice easy loop, beautiful in Autumn.
Hike through the woods to the beach that over looks the Long Island Sound which is glorious!
Loved this 3-mile loop so much, I did four laps. Make sure to check out the views of the sound behind the main house and just beyond the main house, take the first path (right) north. Breathtaking views of the Long Island Sound (steep incline coming back up to loop). The loop is completely paved through mostly wooded areas. The offshoots from the loop are hard packed (rideable) dirt/gravel. I biked it, saw many other bikers but also saw many hikers, joggers and walkers. Extremely enjoyable trail - I highly recommend!
we're geared more for road biking, loved it though.
Have ridden, biked and walked these trails countless times. The "roads" are ideal for biking & walking, only mild inclines. Trails are great for walking and idyllic for riders. They have almost everything - woods, fields and even bit of marsh and the beach. I adored riding there, hope to again someday soon.
Weekdays are best! It gets too crowded on weekends.
Favorite hike on Long Island. Not difficult at all though. More of a stroll in the park.