Henry's Trail is an ½ mile accessible walking trail for people of all ages and abilities. There are pods themed after Adirondack animals; Bald Eagle and Redtailed Hawk, Honeybee, Snowshoe Hare and Cottontail Rabbit, Fisher, Deer Mouse, and Bullfrog pods. Pods feature musical instruments, and benches are stationed along the trail as well.
Given the trails proximity to the Francis M. Pattno & John F. Gale Memorial Park a visit here offers something to do for people of all ages and abilities.
The trail is named after Henry Caito, a young boy that our community lost far too soon. Henry, died in a 2011 car accident that also took the life of Henry’s grandmother, Theresa Rose Marcoccia Caito.
Henry's Trail is the result of endless hours volunteered by residents of the towns of Black Brook and Jay, the Town of Jay, and a generous donation by Henry’s parents Greg and Lisa Caito, a Creating Healthy Places grant in association with Essex County Public Health, as well as other generous donations from residents, business’, and other charities.
Henry's Trail is located in AuSable Forks on Grove Road;