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Jenny's Swartswood 8-mile Loop

Start At Swartswood State Park Main Entrance.

Make a Right Out of Parking Lot Onto Route 619 South - Continue 2.3 Miles

Turn Right Onto Route 612 - Continue for .8 Miles (Veterans Park, about .2 Miles in on this road has a bathroom and parking for a water stop)

Turn Right Onto Route 521 - Continue 2.9 Miles

Turn Right Onto Route 622 East Continue .9 Miles (Stillwater Park about .2 miles in on this road, good water spot)

Turn Right Onto Route 619 - Continue .6 Miles to Main Entrance of Swartswood Park.

*Note: miles are approximate based on my car odometer. There are several trails and roads in the park that can be added prior to or after the above to get 9 or 10 miles in and there is a duck pond trail across from the main entrance that can be added for a few extra miles as well. - J. Hennion

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Jenny's Swartswood/Stillwater 11-mile Loop

Start At Swartswood State Park Main Entrance

Make a Right Out of Parking Lot Onto Route 619 South - Continue 2.9 Miles

Turn Right Onto Route 510 - Continue for 1.9 Miles, Road Bends To the Right Just After the Town Area of Stillwater and Turns into Route 521 - Continue 1.5 Miles on 521 (You will pass Stillwater School - good water stop, just after the bend in the road)

Turn Right AGAIN Onto Route 521 At the Comfort Zone (a Restaurant Being Renovated) - Continue 3.1 Miles

Turn Right Onto Route 622 East Continue .9 Miles (Stillwater Park about .2 miles in on this road, good water spot)

Turn Right Onto Route 619 - Continue .6 Miles to Main Entrance of Swartswood Park.

*Note: miles are approximate based on my car odometer. There are several trails and roads in the park area that can be added prior to or after the above to get 9 or 10 miles in and there is a duck pond trail across from the main entrance that can be added for a few extra miles as well. Also, just after the town of Stillwater, where the road bends and you take 521 to the right, you can make a left and take 521 for an out and back to get whatever mileage you want. That direction on 521 is also beautiful and you can pick up the above route on your way back. Starting from my house in Crandon Lakes and incorporating the longer run above gives you a 17.2 mile run and one long, steady hill on the way back. You can add a loop or loops around Crandon Lakes for another 2.2 miles per loop. - J. Hennion

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Glenn's Warbasse Junction West to Paulinskill Lake Run

Glenn's Warbasse Junction West To Paulinskill Lake Run (pdf)

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Glenn's Sussex Trail: Lafayetter Village to Branchville Run

Glenn's Sussex Trail: Lafayette to Branchville Run (pdf)

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