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Kaaterskill Wild Forest

Kaaterskill Wild Forest Locator Map

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Accessible Features

International Symbol of Accessibility

Located in primarily in Greene County, this Wild Forest provides horse trails with accessible horse-mounting platforms at various trailheads. The trail off Scutt Road leads to an accessible trailside campsite. A very small portion of the property is located in Ulster County but there is no access (parking lots or trails) to the property in Ulster County.

Full Listing of DEC's Accessible Recreation Destinations


From the West: Take St. Hwy. 23 East to Rt. 23A. Follow Rt. 23A thru Tannersville. Make a left onto County Route 18 (follow signage for North/South Lake Public Campground). Scutt Road is on the right before you reach the campground. The parking area with the platform is on your right when you pull onto Scutt Road.