Biking is one of the most popular activities at Fish Creek.
The main bike route is the main park road that follows the shoreline around all three ponds in the campground from the park entrance to the far gate on Route 30. This road is paved and is very level.
There is also a paved path that connects the park entrance to the far gate, thus allowing bikers to do a complete loop around the park, all on a flat paved route.
The total distance around the park is 4.7 miles including the peninsula and 4.3 miles via the peninsula bypass. .6 miles of the route follows the paved path adjacent to Route 30.
The total distance around the park is 7.6 km including the peninsula and 7 km via the peninsula bypass. 1km of the route follows the paved path adjacent to Route 30.
Parents should supervise younger children along this route as there can be significant road traffic during the busy summer months.
New York State law requires that children up to age 13 wear a helmet at all times while riding a bicycle.
There are also trails in and around the park for those with mountain bikes. This includes the crushed stone path which runs adjacent to the main road through Fish Creek for part of the way. There are also the Otter Hollow Loop and Floodwood Pond Loop with would be suitable for those looking for a more challenging route...
Last updated: April 22, 2011 12:00:00
Parkware Campground Manager