The Saranac Lake Recreational Path is a .52 mile rail with trail in the village of Saranac Lake. The path begins at Brandy Brook Avenue on the south side of the rail corridor that is used by the Adirondack Scenic Railroad which runs between Lake Placid and Saranac Lake. Surface of the path is primarily dirt and it is separated from the active railroad by a chain link fence. The path shares a short segment of a dirt road on the northern perimeter of Pine Ridge Cemetery and Fawn Street before crossing Pine Street and proceeding on the north side of the Adirondack Scenic Railroad corridor. The Recreational Path climbs slightly to pass under East Pine Street and then descends back to the grade of the railroad. The path ends at another intersection with Pine Street. There is limited on street parking on Dugway at the Herb Garden and at the end of Stevenson Lane at Triangle Park.
Parking and Trail Access
From Route 3, Bloomingdale Avenue, turn onto Pine Street. After crossing the railroad tracks, turn right onto Dugway and park along the street.
This is a short half mile dirt bike path running along the RR Tracks in down town Saranac Lake. It is only a 5 minute ride or 10 minutes round trip. From the Pine Street and Dugway end of the trail near the River the trail is north of the river for 100 ...