Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in Cheesequake State Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
4 days ago

Nice with some foliage color. Well mark trail

Pretty good just needs some maintenance. Some fallen trees

Nice moderately hilly trail. Lots of roots

Too hot for this shit and too many people

hiking
1 month ago

Green trail is 3 miles long, not 2 as listed on here. Great intermediate trail, lots of change in elevation. Beginning of trail has a lot of stairs and wooden boardwalks. Easy to follow trail markers. Trail head parking lot is kind of small and easily gets filled up.

Nice views. Dogs with shorter legs may have a hard time with some of the steps. Some areas are muddy even when it hasn't rained in awhile. There is an area towards the end where your walking more on a road then a path. As long as you are starting on the trail head the path is pretty well marked. park in the trail head lot.

great time

hiking
muddy
over grown
2 months ago

running
2 months ago

Fell during first mile- hurt myself. Couldn’t do the whole 5? Also did 11 mile hike prior to this evening running

The trails are all over the place, original trail was blocked off. The wooden stairs were kind of useless to have around since they were more dangerous than the dirt slopes itself. a lot of dirty water.

hiking
muddy
3 months ago

Nice trail. Little difficult with a dog due to some steep steps and a tall log to jump over (or walk around through the mud). Says 2.2 miles here but it's officially 3.1 miles.

running
blowdown
bugs
muddy
3 months ago

Okay run. The last 3 miles I was running in the dark.. slowed me down a little. A lot more sandy terrain then usual... I was slower then usual- upsetting

hiking
bugs
3 months ago

Great hike! Great trail. Bring bug spray as they are hungry even at 830am.

Nice easy well groomed well marked trail with little bridges over swamp and varied slopes. No lake view. Recommend for quiet tranquil wooded solitude.

I did the 4 trails for a course of 11.2 km. They all leave the same point and also end here. I preferred the green path, longer and bucolic. The yellow trail leads near a swimmable lake. The blue trail has more altitude and reaches a fishing pond but the trail is less well indicated. Red is the one I liked the least.

I did the 4 trails for a course of 11.2 km. They all leave the same point and also end here. I preferred the green path, longer and bucolic. The yellow trail leads near a swimmable lake. The blue trail has more altitude and reaches a fishing pond but the trail is less well indicated. Red is the one I liked the least.

I did the 4 trails for a course of 11.2 km. They all leave the same point and also end here. I preferred the green path, longer and bucolic. The yellow trail leads near a swimmable lake. The blue trail has more altitude and reaches a fishing pond but the trail is less well indicated. Red is the one I liked the least.

running
muddy
4 months ago

Quick 5 mile run. About 10 seconds faster then my last time.. and I was a tad slower today because of the 2 weeks of rain we had. Shoes are soaked and my legs are covered in mud. Happy about the small progress I am making!

Did the green trail for 2 miles then went to the blue trail then finish the yellow trail and completed the jog with red

hiking
muddy
5 months ago

Nice and flat trail.

Pushed past my shin splints that I got .7 in

Hottt

running
muddy
5 months ago

First time trying trail running. Wore shorts- started to Chaff about 1 1/2 miles in. Not happy with results but it’s a start

Fastest yet. 1st lap 26:36 total 56:00

hiking
5 months ago

A surpassingly enjoyable hike right off the GSP in Cheesequake State Park. Even some hills to get the heart pumping. The route clocked in at 3.5 miles not 2.2.

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