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

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Nice sunny warm day for a hike. Enjoyed the trail and the peace and quiet. Nobody around us.

hiking
1 month ago

This hike was extremely disappointing despite the beautiful photos I was able to get. The trails have not been maintained and in order to be anywhere near the water you have to with bushwhacked or walk on a boat/fishing ramp. Most of the hike is on the street where cars speed around the curves. Very dangerous and not close to nature.

Lots of spider webs on this trail! The trail is stunning around mile one, but then afterwards the scenery becomes monotonous.

scenic driving
off trail
2 months ago

Took my wife son and dog out on a drive in the woods. Great time I would deff recommend this place for anyone who loves the woods and seclusion. 4x4 recommendation but not needed for all trails. Some mud holes and water great for 4x4 tons of fun.

mountain biking
over grown
2 months ago

Crazy amount of spider webs..

Beautifully kept trail.... good for an early morning hike...

mountain biking
3 months ago

peconic trails include the Calverton Veterans Memorial Park. the paced path is a 9.3 mile loop built for non motorized use. walk, run, bike, hike. we are planning trails to link to the Paumanok Path and the Pine Barrens Trail Center in Manorville. Bob Beattie Peconic Trails

mountain biking
3 months ago

Quintessential moderate difficulty trail. Nothing too technical, easy climbs and long, smooth, flowy downhills. A little overgrown so bring bug spray for ticks. GPS says 12 miles.

Nassau county resident visiting the Pine Barrens for the first time. Did the 8 mile orange loop . Really easy to follow and wonderfully serene. No wildlife other than some deer and loads of spiders. Will definitely return to the barrens but probably not this loop just because there wasn’t anything particularly memorable- it did get a bit monotonous at times. Few rocks and generally easy footing. Moderate hills.

Typical for LI Pine Barrens. Light Hike, rolling hills, loamy, sandy terrain. Large section of vehicular damage in the southeast corner of the loop from a recent burn. Lots of intersecting trails.

Had a good solid 7 mile hike. Cut off the one small section near the end. No issues with bugs ticks or chiggers as some say can be an issue. Used bug spray in lower legs and shoes.

AllTrails and Apple maps have the head of the trail slightly off: go down the expressway another 3/4 of a mile and enter the county park to get there! Only one wet/muddy area to get through. I saw nobody else here on a weekday and it was very pleasant.

It should be noted that the highlighted trail is a bike trail here. It’s a blue trail.

10 months ago

Great hike has some really good hills to get your heart rate going. Went during the winter and it was super quite.

mountain biking
Wed Apr 18 2018

Great trail, especially for winter hiking and in the snow when the ticks are dormant. Quiet and good prep with its distance and rolling hills for bigger trails and summer hiking.

There are three trails at this location. The map you're seeing on this page is for the mountain biking trail. There is also a separate hiking trail, and horse trail. The three meet infrequently, so none of the various activities get into each other's way. From the hiking trailhead, picked up at the main parking lot, connects to The Paumanok Path. Follow the orange blazes around the park to make a complete loop of about 11 miles. It's a hilly trail, unlike any other I've seen on Long Island.

This trail system was a great find! I am always on LI for business, and many times I struggle to find a good set of trails for trail running. After one visit it is one of my new favorites. Some people wrote that it was fairly hilly, which I didn't find. I found the hills (not truly hills) to be rolling and relatively easy, but it's all subjective. The area is quiet, secluded, relaxing. I visited on a Wednesday around mid-morning and there wasn't a lot of traffic. That being said, I can see it being a bit difficult to navigate when crowded. Most of the trails are single track, and mixing in bikers/horses/hikers would get very congested.

Great cardio. Super hilly. Went from CR 111 toward Bald Hill. Covered 10.9 miles.

mountain biking
Sun Aug 07 2016

good trail, markers for distance and short hills

Not bad

not bad for long island.

Nothing technical at all. Lots of hills, kinda boring.

mountain biking
Sat May 14 2016

This is a Hard trail. Lots of Hills! then more hills!! If your a beginner you may want to try a different trail befor you come here. Also there is very limited parking. They should really expand it. I almost couldent get my car out when i went to leave. I like the trails but I prefer Cathedral Pines for mountain biking.

A good trail for Long Island. A lot of good hills.

Wed Dec 02 2015

perfect trail for this time of the year.. nice mixture of hills and flat sections..Well marked..

mountain biking
Mon Oct 19 2015

Challenging... Pretty good only 14 miles tho.

Excellent hiking trail Well marked. Did the orange loop very hilly at times

mountain biking
Wed Jul 03 2013

Not very technical at all. Most of the trail Is up and down on smooth single track. Full suspension here is not necessary. not a bad workout If you complete the entire length, one of the top three Mtn bike trails pn Long Island

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