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Bridgehampton / Sag Harbor

Stony Hill and Brick Kiln to CR114

 


Stony Hilland Brick Kiln to CR114
West of Long Pond Greenbelt, Heading East

Directions: Take Noyack Road to Stony Hill Rd. Park where Brick Kiln Rd. bends at the intersection with Stony Hill Road. The entrance to the trail is 100 yards south of the intersection, on Brick Kiln Road.  If you head east from here you will cross over Bridgehampton Sagg Harbor Turnpike and enter the Long Pond Greenbelt.  Long Pond Greenbelt: Scenic ponds, chestnut oak forest, knob and kettle woodlands, and several gorgeous coastal plain ponds. When you leave the Long Pond Greenbelt, there is a half-mile road walk. Make a left onto Widow Gavitts Road and a right onto Sagg Road. You will find the continuation of the Paumanok Path on the left side of the road not far from the corner.  Continue east and cross over Old Sagg Harbor Road (Route 114) to the parking area at Edwards Hole Road in East Hampton.

 

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Long Island Trail Lovers Coalition

Ken Kindler
Open Space & Trails Advocate
Post Office Box 1466
Sayville NY 11782
ken@litlc.org

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