Located in between Tupper Lake and Saranac Lake off of the Coreys Road, the Blueberry Trail is a moderate, low elevation hike which is dog friendly.
Blueberry Trail is 9.2 miles round trip. Along the way you hike past Blueberry Lake.
This is the same trailhead as the Seward Range.
Take Route 3 east of Tupper Lake for 8 miles. The intersection is marked Indian Carry Road to the north, and Coreys Road to the south. Turn onto Corey's Road. The trailhead is 5.6 miles down Corey's Road/Ampersand Road.
With only 700 feet of elevation gain, this is a great family friendly hike. Also perfect for younger children.
From April to October this is an excellent there-and-back trail.
Blueberry Lean-to is along the trail and makes a great overnight or lunch spot.
During winter, Corey's Road is closed beyond the gate, adding an extra 3 miles each way to your trip.