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Ray Corwin Trail Grand Opening

at DEC Parking Lot | Sat Apr 28


DEC Parking Lot

Woodlot Road and Wading River Hollow Road
Ridge, NY 11961
Tel: 631-567-9484

Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

10:00 AM
Sat, Apr 28, 2018
Cost: See event description

Join us for the official dedication of the Ray Corwin Trail; met at the D.E.C. lot on the north side of NY 25, east of Wading River Hollow Road and west of Woodlot Road; after the ceremony, see all or part of the trail on one of three hikes:

Entire trail – 12.1 miles – After ceremony, hikers drive to Yaphank, then car shuttle to Rocky Point trailhead on NY 25A for a walk of the entire route; bring snack and water; heavy rain cancels.

Lot 18 to Yaphank – 7.3 miles – After ceremony, hikers drive to Yaphank, then car shuttle to D.E.C. Lot 18 on Whiskey Road for a walk back to Yaphank; bring snack and water; heavy rain cancels.

The “Giant” hike – 3 miles – Hike from NY 25 to the junction with the Paumanok Path and back, seeing a mammoth erratic boulder and an old RCA facility on the way; heavy rain cancels.

The “Turtle Rock” hike – 4 miles – Hike from NY 25 to Longwood Estate and back, passing another huge erratic and enjoying the grounds of historic Longwood Estate; heavy rain cancels.