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Oak Ridge Multiple Use Area

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The 96-acre Oak Ridge Multiple Use Area has no developed facilities. Hunting, trapping, hiking and snowshoeing are allowed on the property; however there are no developed or marked trails.

Featured Activities

Hunting & Trapping

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General Information on hunting and general information on trapping includes how-to and safety tips with links to seasons, rules & regulations

Hunting and trapping are allowed during appropriate seasons. White-tailed deer and black bears are popular game species in the area. Many species of small game and furbearers are also found in the area and surrounding landscape. Turkeys, grouse, squirrels, beaver, fox and coyote are just a few of the game species available for hunters, trappers and wildlife enthusiasts.

Wildlife

General information on animals includes links to information about birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians and insects that inhabit or migrate through the state.

Directions

Oak Ridge Multiple Use Area has no designated parking lots. The unit can be accessed from Otens Road and Roberts Road. All coordinates provided are in decimal degrees using NAD83/WGS84 datum.

  • Oak Ridge Multiple Use Area (41.700138°N, 74.468976°W) Google Maps (leaves DEC website)

Rules, Regulations and Outdoor Safety

Practice Leave No Trace (leaves DEC website) principles when recreating on state land to enjoy the outdoors responsibly, minimize impact on the natural resources and avoid conflicts with other users.

All users of Oak Ridge Multiple Use Area must follow all State Land Use Regulations and should follow all Outdoor Safety Practices for the safety of the user and protection of the resource.

Specific Rules

Hiking and snowshoeing are allowed; however there are no designated or marked trails on the property.

How We Manage Oak Ridge Multiple Use Area

DEC is developing a recreation management plan which will describe the management activities for public recreation on these lands.

If you have questions and/or comments about this UMP, please email us r3.ump@dec.ny.gov.

Nearby State Lands, Facilities, Amenities & Other Information

DEC Lands & Facilities

Lodging, gas, food and other supplies may be found in the nearby communities of Otisville and Middletown.

Dining opportunities can be found in the nearby communities of Wurtsboro, Ellenville and Cragsmoor.

Ulster County Tourism (leaves DEC website) can provide information about other recreation, attractions and amenities in this area.

Numerous guide books and maps are available with information on the lands, waters, trails and other recreational facilities in this area. These can be purchased at most outdoor equipment retailers, bookstores and on-line booksellers.

Additional information, outdoor equipment, trip suggestions and guided or self-guided tours may be obtained from outdoor guide and outfitting businesses. Check area chambers of commerce, telephone directories or search the internet for listings.

Consider hiring an outdoor guide if you have little experience or woodland skills. See the NYS Outdoor Guides Association (leaves DEC website) for information on outdoor guides.