The nature trails are comprised of areas of compact gravel, bare soil and mowed grasses. Many stretches of the trails have a marked increase in elevation with steep inclines and slopes. The trails cross over three wood bridges, and a wooden plank bridge with no side rails.
EAST LAKE TRAILS – 3.5 MILES
The East Lake Trails consist of four connected trails marked with directional arrows. They provide a less traveled, more rustic walk.
REFLECTION TRAIL – .5 MILE
This is a short picturesque trail that explores Stony Creek’s valley and reveals the underwater worlds of pond and stream.
LANDSCAPE TRAIL – 1 MILE
Featuring the natural forces that shaped the character of the area, this trail will lead you over an ancient glacial landscape.
HABITAT TRAIL – 2.5 MILES
Along this winding course you will see a panorama of forest edge, broad fields, dense woods and small wetlands.
Know before you go: Occasionally woodland trails may be blocked with debris such as fallen tree limbs. Nature trails are not cleared or salted in the winter and may be snow-covered, slippery or muddy. Pets, bicycles and running are not permitted on the nature trails.
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