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.
Nice walk in tall pine trees
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.