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Sand Pond Trail

Sand Pond Trail

Accessible Recreation

Universal symbol of accessible site

Sand Pond Accessible Trail is an 800 foot long trail suitable for use with mobility devices. It passes through a woodland setting, crossing two small wetland areas over an elevated wooden boardwalk as it winds along toward the lake shoreline. There is a lake view available at the end of the trail.

Full listing of DECs Accessible Recreation Destinations.


Sand Pond Trail

From the West: Take Rt 812 south about 17 to 18 miles from Harrisville or Rt 812 north 12 to 13 miles north from Lowville to the intersection with Old State Road. Go east on Old State Road to Belfort. In Belfort take Long Pond Road east. At mile 2 miles, Long Pond Road makes a sharp left at Fish Creek Road, proceed another 2 to 2½ miles to the Prentice Road. Turn right onto Prentice Rd. Follow the Prentice Rd and make a quick right near mile 7. Proceed south another ½ mile to Sand Pond, Just short of Roaring Brook.

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