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San Souci Extended Loop is a 1.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sayville, New York that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.7 mi Elevation gain 49 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Wildlife

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Photos (49)
Recordings (175)
Completed (161)
Johnny Mingoia
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Hiking
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scott fett
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HikingBlowdownBugs

trail is badly marked if at all and there are a lot of off shoot trails easy to get turned around because of it being poorly marked and there are areas where trees have fallen across the path. It would be a good trail if it were marked properly and the trees blocking the path removed.

Tara Penske
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Paul P.
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Scott Coulter
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Hiking

Nice shady trail

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Julia Schubert
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Hiking

Good running trail. Peaceful.

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Matt Thomas
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Hiking

Fun little trail, keep an eye out for the gnome

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Emily Bryant
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Hiking

Lovely little easy trail. There were very friendly dogs off leash so be cautious if your dog doesn’t enjoy company.

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John Nicolini
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Decent loop for this sort of activity. I encountered more dogs than people. However, it's dirty and unkempt. It's a mess by the fence when you get a bit deeper. Tires, old coolers, food wrappers, skeletons of tee pees... for a 1.8 mile simple loop-path, it isn't clean. Still, a good park for those nearby.

Cathy Heller
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Hiking

Nice walk through the woods. well marked.

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Veronica Harkins
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HikingMuddy

Lovely 40 minute walk with our rescue this morning. Only encountered 3 people with dogs on leash, no loose dogs

Johnathan Plesnik
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Kaitlyn Donnelly
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Hiking

Crawling with off leash dogs, as usual but if you’re walking without a dog/one that doesn’t mind being rudely charged by others, it’s a great spot. Much bigger than it looks

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Alaura Martucci
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HikingMuddy

Fantastic trail. Very dog-friendly. Follow trial markers for the main loop, lots of side trails. Some very muddy spots. The dogs had a ton of fun!

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Joelle Andres
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Hiking

Quick, easy hike. Lots of alternate trails that can be taken to extend the hike.

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Kaitlyn Donnelly
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Hiking

I’ve been using this trail for a while and never realized how far back it goes. It’s fairly flat, with a few tiny bridges here and there. I walk rescue dogs here and they love it, however after today’s walk I might have to stop. I brought my pit bull and a friend’s small dog, and we ran into FIVE off leash dogs that charged us. Luckily they’re both friendly, but I can’t trust shelter dogs I don’t know with other off leash, out of control dogs. It’s a shame, since the LAW is to keep dogs leashed at all times, but people seem to think they’re above it and have no respect for other people using the trail. Because of this, I don’t recommend this trail for anyone with a reactive dog, for their own safety.

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Chris McKay
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Allison Ann
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Tamas Kiss
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Hiking

Good for beginners but the markers were pretty hard to follow so we had to go slow and look at the map . We rode our bikes there .

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Sophia Lin
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Hiking

Too many alternate trails with poor markings, I got lost and had a hard time staying on the trail even with the app. Thankfully a few helpful people helped lead us out and it’s a pretty small park.

Lorraine Gorman
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Mountain biking

Great trail for beginning mountain bikers. Roots well marked, wide, flat trails if you stay on main loop. Shared with mostly dog walkers and trail runners. Many options to go off onto narrower trails that eventually lead back to main trail. We usually head out in late afternoon so can use sun in the west sky and sound of sunrise hwy to keep us oriented. Great trail to build up speed and confidence for advancing to moderate/hard trails like Cathedral Pines and Glacier Ridge!

Rich Montenegro
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HikingBugsMuddyOver grown

Poorly marked, lots of spider webs across the trail and tons of mosquitos. Not really a hike, more like a walk in the woods.

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