Check out our calendar for a list of all kinds of local events that include some trail running races and check out the links below for some close trails you can run on.
Trust Me, you will not be the first one to say, I had no idea our area had this much to offer!!!!!
Feeder Canal Trail
82 Haviland Ave., Queensbury
This 5-acre park is made possible by an agreement between Erie Blvd. Hydropower, The Feeder Canal Alliance and the Town of Queensbury. The department maintains this park which allows access to the 7-mile trail from Feeder Dam to the Old Champlain Canal. We encourage leashed dogs; however, dogs MUST be under the control of the owner AT ALL TIMES!
Hudson Point Preserve
Hudson Pointe Blvd., Queensbury
This 83-acre nature preserve was acquired and built by the Open Space Institute. Part of the Hudson Pointe Development, it offers a series of marked trails with scenic views of the Hudson River. Camping, swimming, motorized vehicles prohibited. We encourage leashed dogs; however, dogs MUST be under the control of the owner AT ALL TIMES!
306 Meadowbrook Road, Queensbury
This 54-acre preserve provides a wonderful 1.75-mile trail system beginning in the meadow and looping through the woods and back into the meadow. Along the trail, twelve nature education signs will share habitat information for preserve visitors (signs provided by Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District). No motorized vehicles permitted. Carry in/ Carry out facility. We encourage leashed dogs; however, dogs MUST be under the control of the owner AT ALL TIMES!
Hudson River Park
450 Big Boom Road, Queensbury
This 44-acre was donated by Carl and Barbara
DeSantis and offers access to a 6-mile stretch of the Hudson River. Swimming prohibited. We encourage leashed dogs; however, dogs MUST be under the control of the owner AT ALL TIMES!
Rush Pond Trail
West Mountain Road/Fox Farm, Queensbury
Rush Pond Trail is a 2.6-mile long pathway through the heart of the Rush Pond wetlands and is the culmination of over ten years of work by Councilman John Strough. This byway is a link between the Gurney Lane Recreation Area, neighborhoods within the Aviation Road corridor and the Queensbury School campus trail system. There are three hand-constructed bridges along the trail, the largest offering scenic views of the wetlands and stream life. Camping, swimming, motorized vehicles prohibited. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Gurney Lane Mountain bike Park trails
Over 22km of riding for begginers, intermediate and advanced riders. This destination riding experience has been ranked the #1 Mountain Bike Trail system in New York State by Singletracks.com The trails provide technical, rocky trails with hard lines and easier alternative lines, to wider bench cut trails featuring burms, rollers and endless amounts of flow. An on-site bike repair stand includes hand tools and air station (sponsored by locals Ricks Bike Shop) – Trail Map Link- https://recreation.queensbury.net/assets/pdf_files/GLMtnBikeBrochureWEB.pdf
Moreau Lake State Park Trails
Over 20 miles of interconnected trails with some climbing and some flat areas that can be accessed through Moreau Lake state park or on the back side parking areas on Spire falls road Trail Map Link- https://www.avenzamaps.com/maps/91640
5 Great areas to explore right here in our back yard. The Queensbury Land conservancy has a number of small park areas with great trails to hike or run on that will bring you to many new and interesting places Trail Map link –
The Lake George Land Conservancy also has a number of great trail systems to explore