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Great trail! Great views with abandoned house at the end! Wear good shoes!

No ticks in the winter tho! A LOT in the summer

Camping area is also great fun

hiking
3 days ago

My favorite Long Island trail so far. Challenging and fun!

hiking
10 days ago

Loved this trail- lots of twists and turns and hills

Love this place

Great morning for a Cub Scout hike. Trails struck a good balance for all the participants.

Great!

my fkin domaine baby

These trails are fenced off! As of nov. 2018 they seem closed if you enter from sweet hollow road. Hopefully they are doing maintenance and will open again!

Sandy roads get a little tough unless you've got a mountain bike. Had to push my skinny-tire commuter bike for a ways. Turned back around at Robbins Rest because sand was too thick and pushing the bike was lame. Interesting little towns/villages/whatever. Lighthouse was nice, but not open for climbing when I was there in the morning.

hiking
1 month ago

Not really much of a trail, but the lighthouse is a really nice one.

Nice little walk on a cool late October day with some fall colors. Trail is wide and well-marked, very easy to follow. There is also a very nice nature center here with really nice restrooms. Lots of places to rest along the trail in case you need it.

hiking
1 month ago

10/24/2018-took my Webelos den for a required hike after school. A few bikes, and was not easy to get the boys in tune with the right of way. Lots of turns an change in terrain. Boys thoroughly enjoyed the area. Next time I would take a smaller group. Parking limited, and close to a busy hospital exit.

very quiet. great for trail running

on Muttontown Preserve

1 month ago

the place is okay for a quick walk but I got home with a tick crawling on me.

Lower trail was a little crowded as there was a run going on. Once we got off the main path, it was a nice quite hike. Nice views and once the leaves drop I'm sure even better.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Great XC trail, plenty of down hills as well up hills to keep you in shape.

trail running
2 months ago

Nice trails. Well groomed. Good for trail running

Beautiful and good for beginners- easy trail. My parents enjoyed it very much. The trail sort of loses itself after the bunker- no way to go around it, but didn’t matter- great variety in flora, wildlife. Not too many mosquitoes.

hiking
2 months ago

Great place with amazing views. The trails are dog friendly and allowed. You aren’t “supposed” to have dogs on the beach but there were many of them playing on the sand and water. Nice and clean. Highly recommend

mountain biking
2 months ago

Excellent fun trail. My first time riding on Long Island. The trails were smooth and flowing compared to the rocks and hills I normally ride in PA. While the black diamond loops are not super technical they are the most fun parts of the trail to ride and do get the heart rate up.

It looks closed I called the county they said it’s open but there’s fencing blocking everything. extremely hard to find Trail head’s and then once you get started on the trail it’s blocked off by fencing

very scenic and perfect trail for leisure biking!!

We left from our campsite #11. We hiked trail and ended at our campsite. It was pretty easy going. A few places were a question due to no markers. But we followed the all trails map. If you do not take the black trail turnoffs it comes to about 5 miles. Stay on the blue trail and you will end where you started. The mountain bikers share trail. But they were all really cool. We just moved over when they passed. Great trail.

road biking
2 months ago

Beautiful scenery. Easy to moderate ride. Paved loop is easy, even for children. Mountain biking trails more challenging & definitely require mountain bike tires with heavier treads than recreational cruiser bicycle.

hiking
2 months ago

Easy to moderate trail to hike . No mountain bikers. View of Marsh is great and lots of wildlife. We will come back on the winter when it snows.

nice views, some nice nature pics if you take photos.

Went there today. Beginning of trail was marked but as we went further north and west it was poorly marked. Got very lost and had to call 911 for assistance. They could tell where we were and we finally got out. We were met by a park ranger and 3 patrol cars. Never again

Beautiful views and loved the hike, but BEWARE taking your dog! Despite staying in the middle of the trail, all 3 of ours were literally covered, no joke, in thousands of "seed ticks" (tick larvae) from paw to chest. We had never heard of this before and it's absolutely disgusting. Will go again, but not taking the dogs unless it's the dead of winter.

trail running
3 months ago

Cathedral Pines is nice and diverse for walking and trail running. I love that it's relatively shady and has bathrooms, which are open all year round.

There is camping here, tent camping has the coolest little private spots, like bungalows in the woods. RVs/trailers are allowed as well but their spots are in an open field.

The people who manage the park suck. The woman who oversees everything had a really bad attitude when I was reserving my camping spot.

Another thing I noticed about the park is its questionable safety. I wouldn't go alone, just because there are some shady characters. One instance, I had an SUV of guys driving around where I was running back to my car, when I stopped, they happened to stop as well to "ask me a question". That's when I noticed the rear passengers had an open container of alcohol.

Additionally, I was grilling once, when some random dude came from the back woods, disregarded my tent set up, and chose to walk right through my camp instead of around it. Just be aware of your surroundings here.

mountain biking
3 months ago

Great trail for new and experienced riders. Lots of roots and mostly flat

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