Open to riders are the gravel, nearly level Woodland Loop and Nassau Connector Trails, which travel through young forest past Nassau Astronomical Station.
The gravel Wagon Trail and more primitive Gray Fox Trail and Meadowlark Trails travel mature woodland ravines and meadows with wildflowers, birds, butterflies and maple sugaring in season.
Horse trails here are well-drained gravel with hills, bridge and stream crossings through mature forests, wetlands and ledges. The Pioneer Bridle Trail is a 2.7-mile loop, with Affelder, Music Street and Ansel’s Cave trails radiating out from the main loop. Riding out and back on all the trails open to horses can provide approximately 8 miles under saddle with habitat diversity that is home to a wide variety of wildlife.