Hurleyville Rail Trail

Known locally as “The Milk Train Trail,” the Hurleyville segment of the O&W features nearly 2 miles of smooth-surface, ADA-compliant, multi-use trail, extending in each direction from the center of the hamlet for a total of 3.5 miles. To the east, an additional 1.9 miles of gravel-surface trail connects Hurleyville to South Fallsburg. The fast-revitalizing hamlet of Hurleyville contains a variety of venues for arts, cuisine, and culture in a walkable and universally accessible streetscape.

Hurleyville Rail Trail

Length: 5.4 miles | Surface: Multi-surface (Paved: 3.5 miles; Unpaved: 1.9 miles)

  • Trailhead: 218 Main Street, Hurleyville

    (41.736132, -74.673989)

Hurleyville Section Map

Map Key

  • Trailhead

    Trailhead

  • Parking

    Parking

  • Orange

    Existing Trail

  • Yellow

    Proposed Trail Expansion

  • black

    On-road Connections

Trail Use Guidelines

  • Open during daylight hours only

  • No motorized vehicles or hunting

  • Pass on left

  • Give audible warning before passing

  • Yield at all roads

  • Pedestrians and people with disabilities have the right-of-way

  • Leash pets

  • Helmets are recommended

  • Alcoholic beverages are prohibited

  • Racing is prohibited

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