The Middletown Reservoir Trails
Come explore Middletown Reservoir Trails, our region’s newest Hiking & Biking Trails!
The City of Middletown, working with The Trust for Public Land, has opened up its 1,250-acre watershed for public access and has developed plans to turn it into a vibrant community public space.
Just minutes from downtown Middletown, you can experience a nearby wilderness as you walk, run, or bike on over eight and a half miles of woods roads and trails. Visitors take-in stunning views of Monhagen Reservoir, Highland Reservoir, and Shawangunk Reservoir, which have provided clean drinking water to local residents since the 1860s. This forested watershed includes century-old stands of white pines that create a shady and peaceful retreat. During your visit you may see deer, foxes, and maybe even a black bear!
For GPS Usage, The main entrance with significant parking is located at 435 Van Duzer Road.
Click on the images below for downloadable versions of our Map & Brochure!
SWIMMING HUNTING FISHING BOATING
- Trails open dusk to dawn
- Will close due to severe weather and high wind conditions
- Stay on trails
- Beware of wildlife
- No horses
- No feeding wildlife
- No firearms or weapons
- No atv’s or unauthorized motor vehicles
- No camping
- No littering
- No smoking or fires
- No alcoholic beverages
- No amplified sound
- No metal detectors-drones-model airplanes or boats
- Pets are allowed but must be kept on leashes six feet or shorter
- Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times
Keep our trails clean take trash out with you
Emergency dial 911
City of Middletown Police Department: 845-343-3151
Howells Fire Department 845-386-2000
Rules and all regulations will be enforced by The City Middletown Police Department & Parks Department & Reservoir Watchman