Quaker Pond Trail

Mendon Ponds Park, New York

Elevation Gain87ft
Trailhead Elevation647ft
Elevation Min/Max639/666ft
Elevation Start/End647/658ft

Quaker Pond Trail

Quaker Pond Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Mendon Town, New York. It is within Mendon Ponds Park. It is 2.4 miles long and begins at 647 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 87 feet. This trail connects with the following: Swamp Trail.

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"Look for the beaver houses and watch the waterfowl in the pond. In spring and fall, ponds like this are places for waterfowl to rest before continuing on their migration. (Unfortunately, many people feed waterfowl, which makes them less likely to migrate.) At dusk or dawn you might be lucky enough to see deer. Take sunflower seeds to feed the black-capped chickadees from your hand. Birds Likely Seen: Chickadees, bluebirds, ducks, geese, nuthatches, rails, herons, bitterns, tree swallows, bobolinks, meadowlarks, hawks, turkeys, titmice, warblers, finches and shorebirds."

"This trail offers an easy stroll on a wide path. Cattails and bushes are encroaching on the pond, but water is still visible at the southern end. Waterfowl and lily pads are plentiful in the remaining pond. In spring and winter it’s a fun place to identify animal tracks (deer, raccoon, beaver, etc.) in the mud. On a winter walk we watched a mink scurry across the ice. In July we’ve enjoyed grazing on the raspberries and blackberries that line the trail. Surface: Mowed-grass and dirt path."

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Trail Information

Mendon Ponds Park
Nearby City
Mendon Ponds Park
Skill Level
Additional Use
Mendon Ponds Park, Monroe County Parks Department
Local Contacts