Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails in New York with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Nice easy hike. Great views of the dam and high level bridges.

13 days ago

Great trail for a quick hike close to home. A few small splits in the trail let me do two or three loops while changing the route a bit

Nice walk! Nothing else to add from detailed prior reviews.

19 days ago

Nice easy trail. Good for a beginner. I did this as part of the Tupper Lake Triad today. The three little mountains are about 8 miles round trip. The views at the top are ok. I was hoping to have a good view of Tupper Lake but didn’t. About 3.4 miles round trip.

Beautiful trail. Great view. One of three for the day. Trail was icy. Need spikes.

Very crowded as expected but very beautiful

It was a beautiful day on this historic trail. It was so warm that I actually got sunburned.

29 days ago


trails are icy but all around good hike!

It’s a great little trail for the city people hehe. It is nice and I enjoyed it.

I do this trail once a week and it rarely disappoints

great for walking my dogs.

Beautiful, fun, great people-watching. Hill is challenging for running or cycling.

1 month ago

very pretty year round and well maintained

1 month ago

Really nice walk... it isn't a true boardwalk as it is all concrete. It is wide and should withstand any future storm. Great beach... pretty easy to get to from the city. Good for people watching. There isn't much else along this stretch...you have to west on 116th to find any decent eats. It is an easy 10 miles and a good way to get the steps in.

did this by accident lmao

Really nice trail brought my dog for a walk

3 months ago

beautiful view

Stumbled upon mountain lion tracks by one of the landmarks on the drive through trail..
beautiful place.

Awesome park with a lot of history. Have done trail running and hiking here. Brought my dad here the third time I came and we caught a volunteer historian giving a guided tour to a boy scout troop. Highly recommend catching a tour if you can.

a nice pleasant hike. Very nice scenery and quite. I will definitely be back.

trail running
3 months ago

This is my daily trail run! What I love most about this loop is its variety: beautiful trees and foliage, sweeping views of the lake and fields, a mix of ups and downs, and plenty of water fountains along the way. March / April is the best time of year to visit, when snow drops, daffodils and crocus bloom all along the path.

Caleb Smith and sunken meadow are both beautiful parks. The walk weaves in and out of the suburbs a bit but I thoroughly enjoyed this hike :)

4 months ago

Beautiful paved loops, and opportunities to go off-trail to explore over 10,000 plant varieties. The nearby Lamberton Conservatory is also worth a visit.

Enjoyable and short look at the unique urban falls (overlook and pedestrian bridge). Take the time to try food/drink at Genesee Brew House next door.

Awesome, historical space. Great elevation making this a tougher run or walk. Everything is paved road.

great hike and amazing history behind the name

trail running
4 months ago

There are a few different trails that connect to a perimeters here. The outer path near the river has reeds 10 to 15 feet tall. Lots of geese flying in this time of year. Pretty highly trafficked, but I've gone twice, and plan to again. The airport is close by though, and some planes come close overhead.

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