|Pepacton Cabins Nature
Trail: Map posted on the wall, tree, flower, shrub and bird identification
on the back of map. Go down cabin driveway turn left , go down road, around corner to pond
path, up through the field turn right at marker on old rail road bed, on the right Nature
Trail goes back to the pond, continuing on the rail road bed turn left up the hill on the
Deer Hiking Trail at the marker.
Deer Hiking Trail: Map posted on the wall, tree identification on the back, access from Pepacton Cabins Nature Trail
State Hiking Trails:
New Tomannex Forest Trail: New state forest 995 acres that runs along the East Branch of the Delaware River from Shinhopple to Harvard, about six miles. This trail is accessible walking or biking from the cabins, turn right from our road on River Road, go about 2 miles, to the bend on the corner and you will see a set of steel gates on the left -the entrance to the old Rail Road track bed which is the trail that goes along the river. This trail comes out in Harvard.
Bear Spring Mountain Park Trails: Leaving the cabins turn right on River Road go to the intersection of RT. 30 & Shinhopple, go straight across Rt. 30 on West Trout Brook go a few miles you will come to Spruce Grove -parking lot with trails on right, continue on either West Trout Brook (left) or East Trout Brook (right) through the park there are marked trails all along the road, both roads come out on Route 206, take a right to go back to Downsville. Launt Pond-American Quarter Horse trails are marked and used for hiking, biking, birding, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. See, "Bear Spring Mountain Trail System", below.
Campbell Brook Trails: Leaving the cabins turning left on River Road go about 3 miles through Corbett and turn right on Campbell Mountain Road, go about 2 miles bear left at the Y in the road go about 2-3 miles -on both sides of the road are state marked hiking trails. Numerous marked forest trails.
Russell Brook Trails: Leaving the cabins turning left on River Road, take your first right -on Fuller Hill Road which turns into Horton Brook Road, go to the stop sign, turn left on Old Route 17 go to Cooks Falls 3-4 miles, turn left at the stop sign follow this to Russell Brook Road, trails marked with state markers.
State trails are multi-use trails for hiking, biking, birding, cross -country skiing, and snowmobiling.
Questions? Anne and Jeff 607-363-2094 or send us an E-MAIL.
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