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Ontario County Park

Ontario County Park - Did you know they have Mountian Bike Trails?

NEW Trails Being Built: Check out the work being done by GROC and the volunteers.

Trail Work Days: Third Sunday of the Month 9am to 11am Starting April 18th

 Trail Map Satellite (PDF)

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 Trail Map Plane (PDF)

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There's no better place to slip away to than the highest point in Ontario County, Gannett Hill Park, in the scenic Bristol Hills. At an elevation of 2,256 feet above sea level, you'll have expansive views to the East; view portions of Ontario County and the hills behind Seneca and Cayuga Lakes.

A panorama, changing with every season is the Northeast. From "Look Out" you'll view the Bristol Hills.

Yours To Enjoy:

  • Hiking Trails
  • Mountian Biking Trails
  • Playground
  • 3 Softball Diamonds
  • Fishing Pond
  • Picnic Sites complete with tables, grills, and covering
  • Tremendous Scenery
  • 410 Acres Of Woods and Open Land
Download MAp: Park Map

Directions: Google Maps
6475 Gannett Hill Park Drive
Naples, NY 14512

Length/Configuration: 5 Miles of Bike Trails.

Terrain/Surface: Mostly singletrack, with some wider graded sections.

Elevation Change: Hilly.
Trail Use: mountain biking, hiking.

I-490 E
Take exit 29 to merge onto RT-96 S/Victor Rd toward Victor
Continue to follow RT-96 S 3.4 mi
Turn right at CR-3/Maple Ave
Continue on Maple Ave/RT-20C/RT-444
Continue to follow RT-20C/RT-444 1.2 mi
Turn left at RT-5/RT-64/US-20 1.3 mi
Turn right at RT-64/US-20A
Continue to follow RT-64 12.9 mi
Turn right at W Gannett Hill Rd 1.3 mi
Turn right at Gannett Hill Park Dr

General Description:

The Trails:

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Nice place to ride, confusing maps
written by Richard, September 26, 2010
Headed here for the first time this weekend for a fall mountain bike ride. Trails were nice, all of them were between beginner and intermediate, no difficult trails (even if they were marked that way) but thats not a bad thing.

The only issue I had is the map on this site wasn't older than the map at the trail heads, and the map at the trail head wasn't up to date with what trails are out there. There are also a good amount of trails out there that weren't marked at all, which I assume are new because they were mostly ones that weren't on any maps. It made it a little confusing out there, but it was still a fun ride.

Thanks for the work!
Scott Pause
OCP - Great for beginners and families
written by ydns, August 24, 2009
I wanted to leave a note regarding the trails at OCP. They are marked with varying difficulty, but I found that almost of the trails were barely intermediate at their best. The hardest trail section was almost a diamond, but more for the condition, and less for the features.

I'm not bashing the site. This is my honest review from my experience. I'm sure as the efforts keep up, they could implement diamond trails there, but right now, there aren't really any.

FYI, I rode up the hardest trail fairly easily, which should tell you its feature set.

This is a great place to take a bunch of kids or family, and enjoy the other elements of the park in the same day. I would not recommend long travel otherwise.

This all said, I do appreciate the efforts by GROC to build more places to ride. This one is great for families, and hopefully that is a great way to get anyone into the sport!

Go to the lookout, a nice spot for a sandwich.
OCP - Great trails! - but have questions.
written by adf2112, July 10, 2008
Went there last night and loved the new trails! Thanks to the trail-makers!!!
We did some of the blue loop which is not marked and a big loop that was marked in yellow with lots of helpful signs. Awesome!

Question - we were using the above maps and were having trouble finding some of the trails. Our guess is that because the map is labeled "proposed", there are many trails that are not yet cut (very understandable).

Is it possible to let the bikers know which trails are currently available for riding? Maybe a note could be added to the above site.

Thanks again for all the effort! Our biking group is very happy to be re-discovering OCP!

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