The trails in Glenmeal State Forest are designed with winter non-motorized use in mind, but they can also be used by hiker or mountain bikers. In winter they can be snowshoed or skied, and are geared towards beginner and intermediate users. The network starts as a single trail from the parking area that connects to a public forest access road. Several marked loops branch off from several points along the forest road.
Hunting and primitive camping are both allowed in Glenmeal State Forest; see the DEC website for more information.
Glenmeal State Forest is managed by the Department of Environmental Conservation. Visit their website for additional information and a trail map.
The network is reached from County Route 24. A small parking area is marked with a DEC sign on the southeaster side of the highway.
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