Explore the most popular road biking 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.

good for a nice quiet hike outside the city of Watertown.

Magical trail with wildlife and a beautiful view. When we went there we were surrounded by golden eagles almost close enough to touch and more and more kept appearing.

Stunning. Hiked it in the snow and although that made it cold and wet it was still awesome.

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

This is a very nice walk. Well maintained. Quite close to a busy road on the eastern side. Mostly flat. Beware, there’s a charge for parking.

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nature trips
15 days ago

Was surprised to see how close to nature one can be right here in the Bronx. Luckily in my trails I saw a few people and even though it felt quite for most of the trail, I had the fortune of seeing a family of deers! It was such a wonderful, peaceful and relaxing trails I’ve done. Truly recommend it. There were some parts that was a bit scary, like walking under two tunnels to get to the other side, but other than that, it was a great nature experience.

15 days ago

Lake side walkway, scenic. Campground and beautiful view of fall colors during this time.

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.

16 days ago

Took my little boy there, it’s a great place

We walked the red trail with our class. The overlook was very nice. Very easy hike for beginners. Took about an hour. Trail markers, so our kids could practice. Next time we will do the blue trail.

nice flat tails.... beware do not park by the entrance of argyle lake off Montauk hwy AFTER dark I got a $100 ticket

Walked this trail as the leaves were peaking and some great color throughout the paved walking trail. Enjoyed seeing river birch trees along the river walk as well as some of the foliage this autumn.

Great. Place to run. Safe. Great people watching. The epicenter of NYC.

Kids loved it here. Would recommend it for a nice, kid friendly, family day.

Short and sweet! Fun little climbs and differing terrain. Educational plaques throughout and pretty views of the creek and river. Easy enough for the kiddos however if you are not an active person, the couple of short climbs may be tough for you.

Nice walk along the river. Bring bug spray for the wooded areas.

One of my favorite locations to ride. Great views and little traffic.

1 month ago

Penny pond loop is beautiful in fall! easy to navigate. use dirt road entrance off red creek rd (look for concrete monuments on right side 2/10 mile down) hike road then follow blue markers. about 3 miles. didn't do full trail which includes white trail, just blue around pond.

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
1 month ago

Allows to go to Kensico dam, but is almost all along the parkway.

1 month ago

My daughter and I enjoyed this trail. It was paved throughout and fairly level. Not strenuous but a nice scenic walk along the Genesee River. The bridge was nice as well.

very nice trail. done in 3 1/2 hours. this trail is amazingly pleasant but could use more markers. super view up top! it snowed at the top!

1 month ago

Great hike but thank God that we downloaded the AllTrails (Pro) maps because they were needed. Heavy coverage of leaves shielded what otherwise (I’m sure) was a well worn trail, and the map kept us from getting well off the trail - we felt that the trail was not well marked. You’ll love the views - DO IT!!

1 month ago

Nice trail!

Easy trail but so beautiful in the autumn.

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