Hiking Trails


Butternut Trail:

Color: Yellow

This trail takes you through the Beech-Maple forest to a small cave area. Rock outcroppings and mature trees make this a special trail. Horses are prohibited on pedestrian hiking trails.

Total Length: .83 mile loop trail

Method: Foot travel Only

Rated: Moderate (steep hills with rocky cliffs)

Trail Color Markings: Yellow


Doris Duke Woods Trail:

Color: Indigo Blue

This trail meanders through 180 acres of woodland habitat. This woodlot is composed of deciduous or broadleaf trees. Trail is named after Doris Duke, the tobacco heiress who, after Bromfield's death in 1956, purchased back the timber rights for this woodlot. Horses are prohibited on pedestrian hiking trails.

Total Length: 1 mile loop trail

Method: Foot Travel Only

Rated: Moderate

Trail Color Markings: Indigo Blue


Jungle Brook Trail:

Color: Red

This unique trail strolls along lowland areas with an abundance of flora which gives this trail its name. Expect to see many wildflowers, herbs, and wildlife as you enjoy this undisturbed habitat.Trail covered by boardwalk in wet areas. Horses are prohibited on pedestrian hiking trails.

Total Length: .70 mile loop trail

Method: Foot travel only

Rated: Moderate

Trail Color Markings: Red


Pleasant Valley Bridle Trail:

Color: White

Trail traverses scenic overlooks and some old growth forests. Winding streams, wonderful rock outcroppings, and a waterfall/rock shleter treat the rider along the trail. Cross-country skiing is permitted on the bridle trail only.

Total Length: 5.27 miles

Method: Horse and Foot Travel

Lowest Elevation: 1079 Feet (River Crossing)

Highest Elevation: 1390 Feet (Horseman's Area)

Rated: Moderate (some steep hills and stream crossings)

Trail Color Markings: White

No Horse Rentals

Trail information

Trails:
Butternut Trail
Doris Duke Trail
Jungle Brook Trail
Pleasant Valley Bridle Trail
Side Trails and Connectors

  • Dogs must be on leash
  • Open dawn to dusk
  • Park grounds are free
  • Parking is free
  • x-Country Permitted
  • Emergency: Dial 911

Downloads:
KML Navigation File
Printable Trail Map (PDF)