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NY - Bethpage State Park in Long Island Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures - Review By L.I.S. (Long Island Steve)

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Directions - Directions: Take the Long Island Expressway to Route 135 (Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway) South.  Take the 135 to the Bethpage State Park exit.  At the end of the ramp make a left and just over the 135 on your left will be the entrance to the park.  Follow signs to the picnic area.  Just past the booth, park on your left.  The trailhead is at the far left side of the parking.

Description -   This is a singletrack network type trail.  All the trails are interconnecting.  Not well marked but not too hard to get lost.  About 10 miles or so of singletrack mixed with hiking and wide running trails.  Not a lot of climbing but some nice short technical hills.  This can be connected to the Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt trail going North.  Pretty packed on weekends. 

GPS Info:  N 40 45.169'  W 73 27.960'

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