Long Island Trail Lovers Coalition

preserving, protecting and enhancing
our nature and recreation trails



North Sea / Southampton Village

Brick Hill Trail from Bridge Hill Lane



Directions Mulvihill Trail entrance: Brick Kiln Road, 0.3-mile north of the intersection with Scuttle Hole Road.  To find the entrance to the trail, look for a black on yellow road-sign, or look across the road for the Bridge Hill Lane intersection.

When you complete the Mulvihill hike, cross Brick Kiln Road onto Bridge Hill Lane.  This is a .03 mile long cul de sac.  If you were to bring a car here, there is parking at the far end of the cul de sac.  Beyond the cul de sac is a split rail fence and a grass path that leads you onto the Brick Hill Trail.  This trail was created by the Southampton Trails Preservation Society.  It is a one mile loop trail that takes you through a beautiful forest amid a knob and kettle topography with a couple of perched vernal ponds to see along the way as well.  This is a favorite environment for endangered tiger salamanders.


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Long Island Trail Lovers Coalition

Ken Kindler
Open Space & Trails Advocate
Post Office Box 1466
Sayville NY 11782

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