Trail surface materials:
Gravel & grass
The trail is handicap accessible.
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To The Jim Schug Trail
Coming From Cortland: Follow Route 13 into Dryden. You will go through three traffic lights once in Dryden. Make the first right after the third traffic light onto George Street. There will be a municipal parking lot to the right.
Coming From Ithaca: Take Route 13 into Dryden. Make a right onto Mill Street shortly before the first traffic light in the Village of Dryden. Make a left onto George Street. There will be a municipal parking lot on the left.
Coming From Syracuse: Take Route 81 South. Get off at Exit 12 (US-11/RT-41 toward RT-281/Homer/Cortland). Follow the ramp to the traffic light. Turn left onto Route 281. Route 281 will merge with Route 13. Follow Route 13 south to Dryden. Go through three traffic lights. Make the first right after the third traffic light onto George Street. There will be a municipal parking lot on your right.
Coming From Binghamton: Take 81 North. Get off at Exit 8 (Route 26 towards US-11/RT-79/Whitney Point/RT-206/Lisle). Make a right onto NY-26. Turn left onto US-11/NY-26 and continue to follow US-11. Stay straight to go onto NY-79/Main Street and continue to follow NY-79. Turn right onto NY-38. Turn left onto George Street just before the first traffic light. There will be a municipal parking lot on your right.
To Get To The Trail From The Municipal Parking Lot
Closest Entrance: Make a right out of the municipal parking lot onto George Street. At the end of George Street, make a left onto Mill Street. The trail entrance will be on your left immediately after you cross a small bridge.
Main Entrance: Make a right out of the municipal parking lot (below: red horiztiontal striped box and follow the red and black line) onto George Street. At the end of George Street, make a right onto Mill Street. Make a left onto West Main Street. The main entrance will be between Don Mayes Photography and Dryden Agway on your left.
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