Some trails may be designed for multi-use, which means during the summer, they could be a combination of hiking or bicycling. Please be sure to check before you start out biking to be sure it is allowed on that particular trail.
On New York State Route 28 south of Old Forge turn onto McKeever Road just south of the Moose River bridge. If traveling north toward Old Forge, McKeever Road will be a right turn just before the bridge. Go 0.3 miles and proceed onto the unpaved road that continues straight ahead when the paved road bears left. An old railroad station on the right side of the road is visible. Cross the railroad tracks of the Scenic Adirondack Railroad and continue to a parking lot with a large wooden map of the area and a trail register. Total distance from Route 28 is 0.8 miles. From the McKeever parking area you can proceed by taking the single lane gravel road with orange snowmobile trail markers to access interior parking areas near Remsen Falls and Bear Lake trailheads, or you can hike or bike the wide trail with the red trail markers.
This trail also allows access to all the trails including Woodhull Mountain. Select a link below for more information on a McKeever Area Trail.