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Awesome ride on the onewheel!
The foot bridge and immediate surrounding view very pretty is the highlight. The walk is flat and hard to find. You go under a road with concrete supports sprayed with a lot of graffiti and then leave a crushed gravel path for a concrete walkway over a marsh. The marsh is a habitat for egrets. The path was more for bicyclists, who were impatient about walkers on trail. dismounting for walkers. We skipped the concrete path due to heat and people on bikes
Very nice paved path next to the CIP
Plenty of room, not too crowded. Waterfront views of boats and bridges on the side
Biked yesterday with my son from north to south end. Paved most of the way. Completed it then got on local roads to connect to Jones Beach Bike path all the way to Jones Beach boardwalk. All in all about 23 miles one way.
Haven’t been on this path in 15 years. It still is beautiful and well maintained. I do have to say it was a little crowded even at 7:30 in the morning. The path is shared walkers ,runners and bikers and it did tend to get a little busy. Overall I enjoyed it not as much as the old days but still a very nice path.
Parked in new haven and had a great ride to Cheshire. A lot of streets to cross at the beginning and end but still nice in new haven. Once things open up it is a perfect ride.
My husband and I drove to the trails over the weekend and really enjoyed this trail. Children can easily ride this trail on bikes with ease. Welcoming family atmosphere with joggers and families enjoying the sun. We will most definitely return!
This is an easy walk. Use Google maps to find it, Waze brought me to a residential street. When you get to Stony Creek, there is a park with benches overlooking the water and Thimble Islands.
This trail is GRAND. The main route is paved. There are also many other side paths along the way that you can take for more of a mountain biking experience. Lots of people on the path running, cycling, picnicking. This is definitely a ‘for fun’ path and less of a path for professional riders.
Great bike trail to go with little ones. My boys are 6 and 5 and they loved riding the trail. Trail starts off Pulaski and ends, down by Nissequogie State Park.
For the most part the bike trail is very well paved with the exception of a small strip that was slightly bumpier. We parked at the parking lot on Executive Drive and Washington Avenue, it’s free. The path is not super-scenic but it’s a nice ride nonetheless.
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