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Hike @ Nissequogue River State Park



Explore the Amazing Natural Beauty

of Nissequogue River State Park!!!

Enjoy A Healthy - Positive Afternoon

Get some exercise, Have Fun, enjoy nature ...

Network, Mingle in a socially friendly environment !

Compare that to the Gym !!!



This is a BRISK HIKE,

not a WALK in the WOODS !!!


This will be faster paced than previous Hikes.


Please understand that you must be in Good Shape

and Physical condition in order to attempt this event!

If you are bringing guests, Ensure that

they are aware that this is a HIKE.


Bring some water,

Bananas or Granola Bars. Bug Repellant and Sunblock.

Please Don't Forget the Positive MOOD


Duration approx 3+ hours,  approx 6 + miles


Please ALWAYS check this meetup page for any last

minute changes before departing for ANY HIKE !!!



Relax - Chill - Talk @ Local Diner for some well deserved food...  


DIRECTIONS to Hiking Location...

Sunken Meadow Pky north to exit SM4; head east on Pulaski Rd., which changes into Old Dock Rd.; at the 4th traffic light, make a right onto St. Johnland Rd.; park entrance is about ½ mile on the left side).


Please DO NOT use the MEETUP map feature to find this park. Follow these directions or use GPS.


Liability Waiver:

Hiking or outdoor activities have inherent risks. Your participation in our hikes or other events could be dangerous and can result in serious injury, medical emergency, even death. It is your responsibility to learn the trails and to follow the group so you do not get detached from the group. Make yourself aware of your surroundings and trail conditions at all times. After the storm Sandy there might be downed trees, trees/branches about to fall and various other unsafe trail conditions.You agree to participate in this event completely at your own risk and to take full responsibility for your own safety and well being. You must ensure that your guests are fully made aware of the risks and you must take full responsibility of your guests.


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  • Robin

    Hey Len, I am now seeing the words Brisk, Speed walkers and intermediate hikers in the meetups, so I'm getting the feeling that the people who aren't in front of your hikes are people that you don't want coming along. Oh well, I'm a bit disappointed because I was enjoying the hikes, but I guess when you have to stop for a minute or 2 for people to catch up half way through the hike, it isn't fun for the front walkers. Anyway, thanks for allowing me to join along in the past and maybe I'll attend other activities.

    April 8, 2013

    • Len

      Sorry Robin for delay in responding, was tied up. The slight change in language wasn't surely directed at anyone in particular... we simply need to set the expectations correctly since this is the beginning of the season and RSVP filling up quickly. In any event, you are welcome to any hike and it should be fine, ... I will send you an email as well... apologize for confusion...

      April 29, 2013

  • cookie

    Hey guys, the hike was a blast. BUT....**freak out alert** found a tick on my ankle this morning. Please to body search! Hey, that could be a new meetup "After hike bodysearchers" !!!!

    April 14, 2013

    • Len

      Thanks for posting ... really appreciate it... I didnt search yet... :-)

      April 15, 2013

    • Laura B

      That is really scary, thanks for the info & hope ur ok.

      April 15, 2013

  • Len

    Awesome time... :-)

    April 15, 2013

  • Pat B.

    I have a little dachshund that loves to walk fast, would it be ok to bring him along, or are dogs not allowed all year at state parks?

    April 13, 2013

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