Glimmerglass State Park

Glimmerglass State Park, New York

Distance0.7mi
Elevation Gain131ft
Trailhead Elevation1,271ft
Top1,276ft
Elevation Min/Max1232/1276ft
Elevation Start/End1271/1271ft

Glimmerglass State Park

Glimmerglass State Park is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Town of Springfield, New York. It is within Glimmerglass State Park. It is 0.7 miles long and begins at 1,271 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 131 feet. This trail connects with the following: Sl Trail.

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"A cursed mansion, a sparkling lake, and a covered bridge—you’ll find all of these in this jewel of a park. Glimmerglass State Park has a great deal to recommend it—from a historic covered bridge to an estate that holds what was once the largest mansion in America—but neither of these things are easily seen from the Sleeping Lion Trail. You will pass the covered bridge as you drive into the park from the entrance; watch for it on your right (signs will point you in its direction). You can drive up to the bridge and park if you’d like to get a closer look, and a trail takes you through the bridge and loops through another pleasant section of the park." Read more

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5/18/2018
This is a nice, clean state park with a lake, beach and campgrounds. It's a pleasant place to go in the summer to swim or go kayaking. You can see the oldest covered bridge in NY here. The hike in the park isn't very long and it's a bit steep. I wouldn't say come here for the hiking but if you want to enjoy a day on a lake this is definitely a nice spot.
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1/10/2008
Glimmerglass Park is a nice easy hike. If your in the area its nice but i wouldn't recommend going out of your way for it. The park has a nice beach and related facilities. You'll get the most out of these hikes by doing them as part of a larger picnic trip or visit to the park. Views from the trails are limited, and the trail map provided is no longer up to date. You can no longer go directly from Hyde Hall to Tin Hat you have to go around and use the road. There is a stream and gully between the two and this area has been closed off do to past washout.
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Trail Information

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Parks
Glimmerglass State Park, 1527 CR 31, Cooperstown 13326; (607) 547-8662; nysparks.com/parks/28/details.aspx
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Dec 2018