John Young Nature Trail is a 1.7 mile loop trail located near Rodman, NY that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips and is accessible from April until October.
it is under construction at this point. I have now hiked this five times and totally love it. it is difficult to get to but it is so worth it.
Not a hiking trail
Not a hiking trail.
Great trail. can very easily miss the waterfall if you're coming from the west. There is a strange "intersection" that doesn't exactly point you on the right direction. Thankfully I kept going and sort of found the arrows to point me on the direction. Got to a spot overlooking the falls but couldn't see the rainbows, like the sign says. So kept hearing east until I was facing directly at the falls and that's when I noticed the rainbow. Beautiful site.
Beautiful trail! The only thing that it needs is direction arrows for finding the falls.
It's not a bad trail, but its pretty wooded. It's a little short, the waterfall is far off. Trail is kept up pretty well. This time of year parts of it are a little soggy but it isn't bad. But it's good for the family, mostly flat.
Loved the views.
Not a bad hiking trail, pretty easy. In the shade the whole trail most of the views are blocked by trees. The waterfall isn't much and it's a far view. Not a bad little walk though.