Trail Conference Unveils New Multiuse Trail

Paved Trail

The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference is proud to announce the completion of a new low-maintenance, multiuse trail.

The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference is pleased to announce the acquisition of a hard-won parcel of land that allowed us to complete an important section of trail that we had been fighting to expand and protect for decades. It is anticipated to be one of the most popular sections of trail in New York.

This new trail is a true multiuse path, encouraging hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders, and ATV enthusiasts alike to explore the outdoors. The occasional skateboarder may even take advantage of the trail’s beautiful paved stone.

Trail features include a WiFi hotspot and a Starbucks coffee cart—with charging station—located every one-tenth mile along the path.

The trail was built to withstand heavy use by recreation-seekers. Thanks to its low-maintenance construction, there is no need for a trail maintainer on this stretch of path. Instead, the Trail Conference has enlisted 100 full-time volunteers to pick up after people’s dogs. If you’d like to join our newly formed Poop Scoop Patrol, please get in touch.

And if you’d like to learn more about how the Trail Conference really connects people with nature, please visit our website. Happy April Fools’ Day!

About Trail Walker

Since 1920, the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference has partnered with parks to create, protect, and promote a network of more than 2,100 miles of public trails in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region. The Trail Conference organizes volunteer service projects that keep these trails open, safe, and enjoyable for the public. We publish maps and books that guide public use of these trails. The Trail Conference is a volunteer-driven nonprofit organization with a membership of 10,000 individuals and 100 clubs with a combined membership of 100,000 active, outdoor-loving people.
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