Discover Maple City Trail

Paved recreation path in downtown Ogdensburg along the banks of the Oswegatchie River frequented by walkers, runners, and bikers. 
TRAIL ACTIVITY
LENGTH
4.4 miles, Round Trip
DIFFICULTY
Easy
TOWN
Ogdensburg
SURFACE
Pavement/Cement
PETS
Permitted
FEES
No

Description

Starting at the Dobisky Visitor Center, the Maple City Trail winds along Ogdensburg's northern shore of the Oswegatchie River. It crosses the Spring Street Bridge and then continues along the southern shore of the river. The trail runs for 2.2 miles before coming to an end, allowing trail users to decide to retrace their steps on the Maple City Trail or loop back on Ogdensburg's city streets. 

Trail Manager

The Maple City Trail is maintained by the City of Ogdensburg.

City of Ogdensburg

City of Ogdensburg
Phone: 315-393-1860

Nearby Businesses

Trail Tips

Enjoy your Holiday
Leave the trail work to the pros -- they will add or remove blazes, cairns (stone trail markers), structures, and trail improvements as deemed necessary. If you see something amiss, contact the trail manager directly.
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Trailhead Information

The main parking and entrance for the trail is located at the Dobisky Visitor Center. Other access points can be found on Crescent Street behind the U.S. Post Office, at the old Pumphouse along the Oswegatchie River, near Hosmer's Marina at the Maple City Walking Bridge on West River Street, and at the Spring Street Bridge off of Lake Street.

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