Southville State Forest Trail is a great loop that offers pleasant views of the west branch of the St. Regis River. Beginning at the southern trailhead (yellow markers) the trail passes through dense pine forests before descending and heading north along the river banks. The trail turns and ascends toward the road and meets at a junction with the northern trail entrance (red markers). Continuing forward, the northern trail leads back to the West Stockholm Southville Rd, or, bearing right, the trail loops back on itself to make a 2.5 mile loop.
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