The Little-Known Ruins In New York You Can Only Reach By Hiking This 2.5-Mile Trail
In a state as big as ours, it’s tough to see everything. You could hike a different trail each day and still not hit all there is to see! Whether you’re looking for plants, animals, or just like getting out and exploring new terrain, there are trails in New York for you. One trail that we love is at the beautiful Muttontown Preserve in East Norwich. Not only does this place have incredible natural beauty, it also holds some fascinating ruins. This is a great opportunity to see nature reclaiming a historical spot, and the 2.5-mile hike isn’t too difficult even for beginners.
For more information about the trail at Muttontown Preserve, check out Alltrails.
Have you visited Muttontown Preserve? Share your experiences in the comments!
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Address: Muttontown Preserve, Muttontown, NY 11791, USA
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