Manorville Hills County Park - TRAIL

Manorville Hills County Park - Trail, Manorville, York

Manorville Hills County Park entrance is only viewable on the northbound side of County Road 111. Head down the gravel road past the park's sign to the small parking area to your right. Follow the blue blazed mountain bike trail that starts on the west wide of the parking area.

This is an intermediate trail that has many hill climbs and soft sand sections. Make sure you bring a trail map with you. Also bring water and supplies. This is the middle of nowhere in the central pine barrens of Long Island. This is a great training ground for folks who are planning to travel to off the island into real mountainous terrain.

The trail is two-way out to a one way loop, which starts about 1.2 miles past the terrapin shaped rock then returns you to the big terrapin shaped rock you passed on the way in. Then follow the same route back to the parking lot off County Road 111.

There is a yellow dot trail 1.2 miles past the Terrapin shaped rock that connects to Eastport's mountain bike loop if you want to add about 12 miles more of riding.

Call 911 for any emergency or to report motorcycles on the mountain bike trail.

This trail was built in partnership with Suffolk County Parks and CLIMB. We could use a few more local volunteers to help maintain and manage this trail, please contact us if interested.

User Reviews (3)

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Zbudden   Weekend Warrior [Aug 09, 2015]

I went there for the first time yesterday and loved it.The trail is not overly technical but it will definitely challenge your endurance.The ascents are grueling but the descents are fast and flowy with not of roots,stones or stumps that can kill your momentum.This trail is not for the faint of heart or beginners.

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cyclone429   Cross Country Rider [Jul 12, 2013]

I rode this trail last week and it was probably one of the hardest trails I have ridden in Long Island. The Blue trail was for the most part excellent and easier. The orange trail was not. This trail is proably the toughest I have been on in Long Island. Their was a lot of seasonal plant growth on the orange trail. A lot of sand made it hard to get up some of the hills, guess it doesn't help riding it with a single speed. This place is tick infested and I would get a map before I ride here getting lost sucks.

Customer Service

Try the blue route, Might come back and do the Orange trail in the Fall or Spring

Similar Products Used: Glacier Ridge, Cunningham State Park
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sick4surf   Cross Country Rider [Apr 23, 2012]

This trail will expose your weakness and can only make you a stronger rider. If you see motorcycles on this trail call 911 to report them. If they are smart they will ride elsewhere. Never give in never grow old!

Customer Service

Just follow the blue blazes but download a map from the CLIMB website. There are sections with different names so you can tell where you are. Don't go off the marked trail or you can get lost.

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