Westchester County bicycle and fitness trails are open year round.

Updates on current conditions can be found below. Check trailway signage for information about temporary construction closures as well.

Download a copy of the Westchester County Parks map and guide to help plan your next hiking or biking excursion.

You can also review and download the trailway brochures and maps you need from the list below. When planning a trip to north county trails, be sure you know where to park.

Pedestrian Trailway Service Interuptions
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Bronx River Pathway

Please be aware that several bridges are closed:

A footbridge along the pathway between Harney Road and Ardsley Road.

  • Patrons can use the sidewalks on Garth Road to access the path both north and south. While the pathway will remain open, there is no through traffic access.

A small footbridge south of the Westchester County Center parking lot.

  • Patrons can use Bronx Street until they are able to rejoin the path.
South County Trailway

Currently under construction from Barney Street to 119 in Elmsford. The construction is scheduled to be finished in early 2022. Due to the nature of this work, there will be times when certain sections of the trailway will be closed to the public. Please respect the closures.

  • A portion of the South County Trailway will be closed from Woodlands Lake in Ardsley to the thruway overpass in Irvington beginning Monday, Oct. 25 and will remain closed for the week.
Paved Bicycle and Pedestrian Paths
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Bronx River Pathway

A paved, multi-use pathway spanning 11.2 miles long that parallels the Bronx River Parkway. Also a one-mile loop in Mount Vernon. Restrooms: at Information Center available during Bicycle Sundays only. (May through Oct., 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.)

Brochure and map | Map
North County Trailway

A paved, multi-use path that spans north through the heart of Westchester for 22.1 miles to the Putnam County border. North County Trailway parking locations.

Portable potties available dawn to dusk at the following parking lots - Eastview, Route 118 and Graham Hills.

Brochure and map | Map
South County Trailway

A paved, multi-use trail 14.1 miles in length spanning central to southern Westchester.

Portable potties available dawn to dusk at the following parking lots - Farragut Ave., Great Hunger Memorial and Eastview.

Brochure and map | Map
Hiking Paths
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Briarcliff-Peekskill Trailway A 12-mile unpaved trailway for walkers and joggers. No bicycles allowed. Map
Cranberry Lake History Trail   Map
Croton Point Park   Map
Colonial Greenway   Brochure and map | Map
George's Island Park   Map
Hilltop Hanover Hiking Trails Traversed by 3.5 miles of unpaved trails for hiking and nature study. Map
Kitchawan Preserve   Map
Lasdon   Map
Merestead   Map
Sal J. Prezioso Mountain Lakes   Brochure and map | Map
Saxon Woods Park   Map
Tibbetts Brook   Map
Teatown-Kitchawan Trailway   Map
Ward Pound Ridge   Map

Westchester Trails Association - If you're an avid hiker, visit the WTA Web site for more hiking information.

Mountain Biking
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Blue Mountain bike trail Twenty miles of trails geared to all levels of ability. Brochure and map | Map
Graham Hills mountain bike trail Five miles of trails geared to experienced riders. Map
Sprain Ridge mountain bike trail Five miles of mountain bike trails that offer challenges for cyclists of every level of ability. Map

Westchester Mountain Biking Association - WMBA Web site offers maps of Blue Mountain and Graham Hills.
Watch Jamis cycles put their AMT650 bike to the test on our trails.

Horseback Riding
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Blue Mountain Reservation   Brochure and map | Map
Twin Lakes Farm Twin Lakes Farm is a riding academy and competitive show stable located at Twin Lakes Park.
River Ridge Equestrian Center is a full service stable and a facility of Westchester Parks located at Twin Lakes Park.
Map
Ward Pound Ridge   Map

Watch for ticks! During and after a day on the trails, check yourself, your children and your pets. Get some great information from the Department of Health here