Tupelo Community Forest is a 145-acre forest with 3 miles of narrow trails at 250 Greene Rd, Greenfield Center, NY, 10 minutes from downtown Saratoga Springs. Tupelo was created to provide a welcoming forest recreation experience for kids and families in Saratoga County. Get the trail map on Trailforks.
The forest is NOT open to the public for now, and its parking area and trailhead at 250 Greene Road, Greenfield Center, NY 12833, is CLOSED until we secure a permit.
Master trail builder, Steve Ovitt, (known for Gurney Lane Bike Park) built these trails in 2020 and 2021 to be fun for beginner and intermediate mountain bikers, as well as hikers, cross-country skiers, and snowshoers. Tupelo’s parking area provides convenient access to a grove of 800-year-old tupelo trees (nyssa sylvatica) in adjacent Lincoln Mountain State Forest. (Read more about the tupelos here.)
Rules & Regulations
- The forest will be open daily from dawn to 10 p.m. for non-motorized use: mountain biking, hiking, trail running, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing.
- Pedal-assist e-mountain bikes are welcome. Fully electric trail bikes are prohibited.
- Dogs are allowed on the trails on leash, but carry out pet waste, and beware of porcupines. Northway Vet Hospital is at 518-761-2602.
- Motorized vehicles, camping, horseback riding, and hunting or trapping are not allowed. During hunting season, wear bright clothing and be extra-cautious.
- There are a few splash crossings on the trails, so wear appropriate footwear and be prepared for adventure.
- Please respect our neighbors: avoid the private property to our east. Access Lincoln Mountain State Forest to the northwest.
- Leave no trace. Please respect this landscape and remember that it provides vital habitat.
- Please be friendly and courteous. Slow down on the trail and say hello.
- Use the trails at your own risk. Unmarked hazards exist.