Prosser Pines Loop Trail is a 0.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Middle Island, New York that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Beautiful area, on and off trail. Fun exploring and even found some geocaches. Hidden gem!
If you want a short work out, it's ok. I was going for more of a long distance run but this is too short. There's a trail down the road from here called Cathedral Pines, but it cost 15 dollars to get in without a special card. The trees are beautiful though. It's easy for kids as well.
very peaceful nice short trail
So beautiful and peaceful!
My favorite peaceful place on Long Island. There's a HUGE grass farm you can walk on too. Been going there for years and years.
Trails not marked well. I ended up off the trail. Wide paths and nice wooded area to walk with more than one person. Very short trail.
a nice walk in the woods :) A couple sloping hills, but barely enough to consider this a 'hike.' The dog loved sniffing every tree imaginable. Easy to go off the trail and explore, then quickly find your way back to the trail.
Didn't get any ticks.
I saw many people coming here to walk their dogs. I agree it is not really a trail, however my sons both enjoyed exploring the area. It was beautiful with very large white pine trees.
This is not really a trail, just a walk under the blanket of pine trees. It smells great, but not exactly a hike.