Maple City Trail

 

Info: Right in the city of Ogdensburg, along the shore of the Oswegatchie River, looping back to the beginning.  Ogdensburg is known as the “Maple City”.

Directions/Location: From the city’s websiteDobisky Visitors’ Center (park at the visitor’s center and walk by the Border Patrol building, continue to the left of the Border Patrol Building and find the beginning of the trail in the back of the parking lot), from Crescent Street behind the U.S. Post Office, at the old Pumphouse along the Oswegatchie River, at the new Maple City Walking Bridge near Hosmer’s Marina on West River Street and at the Spring Street Bridge off Lake Street.’


Also you may click here for a map.
 

Trail Distance: 2.2 miles with plans to expand.

Surface: Asphalt.

Date/Time Open: ?

Mountain Biking Allowed: Yes.

Hiking/Walking Allowed: Yes.

Cross-Country Skiing: ?

Fishing: ?

Pets Allowed: Yes.

Built on Former Railroad Bed: Yes, some of it.

Trail Maps: City of Ogdensburg Site (could be improved)

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Maple City Trail

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Maple City Trail: 44.695900, -75.493500

 

 

Maple City Trail Map

Maple City Trail Map

Special Instructions/Information: City of Ogdensburg Site.

When passing by the pumphouse you must take a left and go over the Spring Street Bridge and watch for the trail to the left.  There are mentions of the trail looping back, but the webmaster can not find any way to do this without walking on regular city streets.

For More Information and Trail Maps: City of Ogdensburg Site

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