Long Island Trail Lovers Coalition

preserving, protecting and enhancing
our nature and recreation trails


David A. Sarnoff Preserve

Paumanok Path and Access Trail Loop



Last year a lovely section of the Paumanok Path that runs from the CR 104 parking lot, continues south along CR 104 and then loops around a kettlehole, became a trail marked with the yellow painted rectangles of an access trail.  An existing DEC trail, marked by yellow plastic disks is now marked with white rectangles and yellow disks. If you follow the yellow blazes to the left at the end of this re-route, you will end up back at the DEC parking area.  This 2.5-mile loop hike over a rolling topography, supplies some lovely views of a kettlehole.

If you wish to hike these trails on your own, I suggest that you call the DEC at (631) 444-0273 for the permit application needed to hike on their lands.  The permit is free and it is good for three years.  This permit is meant to facilitate a means of communication between the trail users and the DEC.  I would also suggest purchasing the map of the Long Island Pine Barrens Trail, Central and Eastern section; call the Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference 631-360-0753.

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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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