Auburn-Fleming Trail

New York

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Auburn-Fleming Trail Facts

States: New York
Counties: Cayuga
Length: 1.6 miles
Trail end points: Auburn (Dunning Avenue) and Fleming (Rt. 34)
Trail surfaces: Ballast, Dirt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 6016614

Auburn-Fleming Trail Description

This is a flat 1.6 mile trail through woods, wetlands and farmland connecting Rt. 34 in the Town of Fleming to Dunning Ave. in the City of Auburn. It is an easy walk or bike through a very scenic area.

To view a trail map, please see the Trail Website.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at the northwest entrance on Dunning Avenue, a quarter mile south of Clymer Street.

Auburn-Fleming Trail Reviews


It was a nice walk! Little muddy this time of year, as should’ve expected.

Not wheelchair accessible

Went to this trial last week... I am handicapped and use a light scooter for trails. We tried as railroad trail in Skaneatlis and enjoyed it so we thought we'd try this trail. We should have know we were in trouble at the very beginning but we kept on going. The trail had ties sticking high enough above the ground to cause quite a bumpy ride.I got stuck in between ties and rocks a couple of times .Stuck enough so that I had to get off the scooter (I can only stand for a minute} and my husband had to push the scooter off ties. There were a couple of bridges that were elevated higher then the dirt so we also had trouble at the bridges. There is as section of of trail that is flat with no obstacles and that is toward the end. While on the trail we met people on bikes, walking and motor bikes.It is as nice short trail but it is not suited for the handicapped.


This trail is very enjoyable, especially during the Autumn Season. No complaints.

Better for walking than cycling

Rode this with a loaded touring bike in September. There are lots of roots and some rocks making for slow going. Near the northern end is a swampy section with cross-laid boards that was really rough. The scenery was interesting, especially in this lowland section, but not sure it's worth it.


A nice trail. It should be longer

Auburn and the Auburn Fleming Trail. It's a portion of the Auburn-Ithaca trolley line. Just a mile and a half long, it still has all its original railroad bridges. To the north it's posted. The trail looks physically in good condition. I suspect that the property owners simply don't want a trail. To the south it runs through a propane distributorship and disappears in some brush. It's a nice trail. It should be longer.

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