Info: Trail through the woods with an overlook at the water’s edge, where there is a bench. Rough walking/hiking for some people. Created by TILT (Thousand Islands Land Trust).
Directions/Location: From Clayton head west on Route 12E for 3.7 miles, look for parking lot on the right with two boulders where the entrance of the parking lot is. There is no sign for this trail, just some boulders around the parking lot.
Map: (Click small car icon in the upper right corner to get directions or click here.)
Trail Distance: About .65, not including distance back to parking lot in which case it is about a mile.
Date/Time Open: ?
Surface: Dirt and grass, some stones and stumps. A somewhat steep hill.
Biking Allowed: ?
Hiking/Walking Allowed: Yes.
Cross-Country Skiing: ?
Pets Allowed: ?
Built on Former Railroad Bed: No.
Map of Trail:
Special Instructions: One corner of the trail goes across private property, stay on the trail. No sign marking the parking lot, look for the boulders surrounding the parking area. One trail seems to dead end but lots of trail markers otherwise.
For More Information: TILT’s website.