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This is a section of the New York, Ontario and Western (O&W) Railway line that ran across New York State from Port Jervis to Lake Ontario. The trail consists of two discrete sections: State Route 209 (Summitville) to near Wurtsboro Airport, and McDonald Road to Sullivan Street (Wurtsboro). It is flat and runs roughly parallel to the D&H Canal Linear Park. The trail passes through forests and marshes and parallels the Shawangunk Ridge
The Mamakating Rail Trail is open year round for non-motorized uses.
Trail goers can also park at the D&H Canal Linear Park trailhead on SR 209 near the north end of the Mamakating Rail Trail. Parking is also available at the Sullivan Street/ Mamakating Road trailhead in Wurtsboro.
I walked the south section today 3/24/23 . I was surprised .A very nice little trail.My intention was to walk the whole length but the middle is not maintained.Not sure why,.
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