Laurel Valley. kiosk located on Deerfield Road in Noyac across from Deerwood Path (North Side Hills). 3 mile hike through
wooded knolls and laurel-filled ravines. Hilly terrain.
Elizabeth A. Morton Wildlife Refuge. Noyac. Join us to celebrate our annual rite of spring. beach walk along Jessups Neck.
Don’t miss it! The Refuge suggests a $4 entry fee per car.
Elliston Park. entrance on Millstone Brook Road, Southampton. Moderately-paced 3 mile hike with views of Big Fresh Pond
and Wolf Swamp.
Tuckahoe Hills. on Sebonac Road, Southampton at the Kurt Billing kiosk, just east of Tuckahoe School. 4 mile hike with
amazing views of Cow Neck and Robins Island.
Maple Swamp. kiosk on Spinney Road on the south side of CR24 just east of Birch Creek. 3.8 mile hike with beautiful rolling
terrain on the Paumanok Path. See Maple Swamp and Owl Pond.
Sears Bellows. parking area on Bellows Pond Road in Hampton Bays. 4 mile hike through the amazing Island Pine Barrens
with pond views.
Whiskey Hill. Mill Path off Lopers Path (heading east), Bridgehampton. 1.7 mile hike with ocean views from top of moraine,
kettlehole ponds and an enormous glacial erratic along the way.
Clam Island, View from the Other Side! at end of Noyack Bay Avenue, Noyac. 2 mile beach hike with bay views of Jessup’s
Long Springs Park. Major's Path, Southampton. 1 mile hike through old woods with natural springs.
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STPS is A 501(C)(3) Not For Profit
P.O. Box 1171
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
|SCHEDULE OF MONTHLY EVENTS
|About STPS Events: You normally don't need to call ahead to reserve a place, and they are always free and fun. Come out and enjoy!
Hike leaders wanted! If you have a favorite trail that you would like to share with others as a hike leader, or if you would like to explore
some new trails -- STPS has 300 miles of trails -- please contact Dai Dayton at 745-0689 or Marilyn Kirkbright at 631-726-7503 (text of
Cancellations: From time to time, there are weather related cancellations caused by rain, heavy snow or icy trail conditions. To avoid any
inconvenience, please contact hike or event leaders to confirm that the event is taking place.
Trail Maintenance - Every Thursday - There is always room for a new pair of hands to help with trail upkeep.
Please contact: Ken Bieger, 631- 283-5432.
Horses On Trails Ride: Members are encouraged to schedule and lead rides on favorite trails. Choose a date and a time. BYO horse.
Call with ideas or to see what's on the schedule. Must be a member of STPS/HOT to participate due to insurance requirements. It's easy to
join on the day of the ride! Leader: Leslie Lowery. 631-603-8661.
Ticks: Dress appropriately and always wear tick repellent.
Hiking Weather: Click for the forecast
*Every Thursday STPS leads Trail Maintenance Outings.
To Volunteer call Jim Crawford, 631-481-6228.
*Volunteers are also needed to clean up STPS’s adopted road every month.
To volunteer Call Dai Dayton, 631-745-0689.
kiosk at the
GOOD GROUND PARK
The trail is shown on the map.
|YOU CAN HELP!
Look at what STPS Volunteers do.
Volunteer any Thursday Morning
Maintenance on the Bay-to-Bay Trail by
Jim Crawford & Peter Lee
Contact Leslie Lowery, 631-603-8661
if you would like to participate in or lead a
Hike led by Jean Dodds
Jackson Dodds building
the replacement bridge at
|Entrance to new
May HOT RIDE
Led by Joe Lane
Hiking Morton Wildlife Preserve
STPS Trailblazer 2019
STPS participated in Southampton Town's
Earth Day Celebration
Turtles basking at
ALEWIFE STREAM at
Elliston Park - Led by
Vegetation & culvert at the north end of
HAYGROUND COVE - August kayaking
Man-made nest in
Big Woods - brand-new white pine
Big Woods - rare red Indian Pipes
Called "the corpse plant by
New York Botanical Gardens
HOT Ride - Hallock State Park
Work Crew - Paumanok Path
broken bridge at Hubbard County Park
Southampton Trails Preservation Society
Fish Ladder at Hubbard
Creek Park for alewives from
salt to fresh water to spawn.
Hike at Whiskey Hill
Tuckahoe Swamp Trail
ALL HIKES CANCELED
BUT PLEASE ENJOY THE TRAILS ON YOUR OWN.
BELOW ARE SOME SUGGESTIONS OF HIKES
These photos are of the
Morton Wildlife Preserve