Enjoy a gentle snowshoe hike on the new trail system around Lake Bonita.

This new trail system is part of Moreau Lake State Park.  The trail is easily accessed by a parking lot along Wilton Mountain Road.  From the parking lot you will see the White access trail.  Follow this trail 0.2 miles to the start of the Green Lake Bonita trail which is 2.2 miles around the lake.  There is a nice picnic spot with a bench and picnic table for the warmer months.  Once you complete your loop follow the access trail back to the parking lot.

There are other trails that branch off of the loop trail  including the purple trail to Lake Ann which offers a lean-to.  Continuing along the purple trail will lead you to the Eastern Ridge trail which connects to multiple trail systems. 

The state park also includes a beach, campground, boat launch, pavilions and playground.

Here is a link to the park info including maps: http://nysparks.com/parks/150/... 

Pack List

  • Sneakers
  • Water
  • Snack
  • Snowshoes (Winter)
  • Camera
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RT Distance 2.6 Miles
Activities Snowshoeing
Skill Level Beginner
Season Year Round
Trail Type Loop
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Picnic Area

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