Visit ithacatrails.org for lots of trails in Tompkins County.
With over 232 miles of trails, the GPS-enabled site features a searchable map and directions.
The following Tompkins County natural areas, found on ithacatrails.org, are also mapped and profiled here on Gofingerlakes.org:
- Black Diamond Trail
- Bock-Harvey Forest Preserve
- Buttermilk State Park
- Cascadilla Gorge Trail
- Cayuga Nature Center
- Connecticut Hill Wildlife Management Area
- Cornell Botanic Gardens
- Cornell Lab of Ornithology
- Danby State Forest
- Ellis Hollow Nature Preserve
- Hammond Hill State Forest
- Jim Schug Trail
- Lick Brook Gorge
- Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve
- Robert H. Treman State Park
- Roy H. Park Preserve
- Shindagin Hollow State Forest
- Taughannock Falls State Park
For a comprehensive list of all 232 miles of trails in Tompkins County, visit ithacatrails.org.
Funded by a grant from the Tompkins County Tourism Program, the site allows users to search for trails based on the type of experience they are looking for. It has the flexibility to allow searches for information such as distance, difficulty, dog walking, scenic views and picnicking.
The project is a partnership of the Tompkins County Parks and Trails Network. Partner organizations include the Cornell Botanic Gardens, Town of Ulysses, Tompkins County Tourism Program, Tompkins County Planning Department, Ithaca Tompkins County Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Finger Lakes Land Trust, NY State Parks, the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, Ithaca College Natural Lands, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, City of Ithaca, Town of Ithaca, Town of Lansing, Town of Dryden, Town of Danby, the Nature Conservancy and user groups like Bike Walk Tompkins, the Cayuga Trails Club, and Finger Lakes Trails Conference.
Happy exploring around beautiful Tompkins County.
Need public transportation? The TCAT to Trails map provides information on access to various parks and trails in Tompkins County from TCAT bus stops.