Long Island Greenbelt Trail Selected as NEWSDAY’s pick for Best Trails
1978-2014 Our 36rd Year
The LONG ISLAND GREENBELT TRAIL CONFERENCE is a unique, non-profit grassroots organization that has created more than 200 miles of hiking paths on Long Island, including three National Recreation Trails. We are dedicated to protecting open space and our scenic Greenbelt trails for all to enjoy. We lead over 200 FREE GUIDED HIKES each year; and have donated a total of over 500,000 volunteer hours to Long Island’s parks and trails.
Our MAPS of our trails and woodlands, contributed by naturalist Larry Paul, are acknowledged as the very best and most detailed of any on Long Island. We encourage you to JOIN the Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference and help us KEEP LONG ISLAND GREEN! Use this web site to learn more about our organization.
To find the Greenbelt Office in Blydenburgh Park: from Route 25-25A in Smithtown, go south on Brooksite Dr.; at next light (New Mill Rd.), turn right to park entrance at end of road….From Route 347, find Brooksite Dr. between the 347-454 junction and Rt. 111; head north on Brooksite to Cygnet Drive. Make left and follow to the end. Go left on New Mill Road to the park. Follow the paved path at the west end of the lot to the Blydenburgh-Weld House.