Jones Park/Formerly State Line Park

MODERATE 6 reviews

Jones Park/Formerly State Line Park is a moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Vestal, NY that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, birding, and cross country skiing and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly



cross country skiing




Nature trail, stream, hiking, cross country skiing, parking. Dogs allowed on leash The 304 acre park has approximately four miles of marked trails.The trails follow old roads, stream beds, wind through rows of trees in a pine forest or just meander through the lovely wooded areas.

trail running
1 month ago

Great trails, no crazy ascents/ descents. Relatively well marked and cleared. Great for trail running, start on on the creek side trail entrance.

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1 year ago

Nice easy hike along a stream. There are certain parts that are out in a clearing but for the most part it's in the woods. Short and sweet. As with everywhere else bring your BUG SPRAY!

1 year ago

Very pretty park. There are many trails. We had a quiet, shaded cool amble through the woods. The hiking was mostly very easy. Three are a few stream crossings and a few muddy places so boots would be nice but not absolutely essential . The trail map posted on the kiosk and available online was not up to date. We found marked trails that weren't listed. Many of the trails are twisty and intersect with other trails in many places. It was confusing and we were glad that the advise to follow the stream downstream to get back to the parking area was posted at the park entrance. I almost never get lost but I was starting to wish I had a GPS on today's walk! I'm sure that with more visits the trail system will become familiar and easier to navigate. It was a lovely walk and we plan to go back.

1 year ago

This is a very nice park and maintained well. There is lots to see and many trails to follow. We have been there 3 times and have enjoyed it so much that we plan on going back many more times. Some spots can be muddy during rainfall so dress accordingly. Most of the trail is in the forest so it is a nice cool walk on a hot summer day.