Eberhard Nature Preserve

A glacier-carved valley gives way to steeply-sloping hillsides in a classic Finger Lakes landscape.

Bell Station

Let the lake breezes enliven your senses as you skip rocks along the water’s edge

Canandaigua Vista Nature Preserve

Leave the world behind and follow the trail through fields, oak-hickory forests, and past the head of Barnes Gully.

Canandaigua Highlands Overlook

Take in the sights of Bare Hill, South Hill, and the Finger Lakes Land Trust’s Great Hill Nature Preserve (Nundawao).

Owasco Bluffs Nature Preserve

Overlooking the eastern shore of Owasco Lake, the 74-acre Owasco Bluffs Preserve protects over 1,100 feet of undeveloped, pristine shoreline.

Botsford Nature Preserve

The 26-acre Botsford Nature Preserve protects 2,500 feet of Big Gully including a half mile of frontage on Big Gully Creek.

Summerland Farm Preserve

Follow the Finger Lakes Trail to the highest point on this preserve and experience spectacular sweeping views of the surrounding landscape, extending 25 to 30 miles on a clear day.

Otisco Lake Preserve

With over 1,300 feet of wild shoreline on the west side of Otisco Lake, this preserve provides prime habitat for Bald Eagles and a hiking trail for rare public lakeshore access.

Houghton Land Preserve

On a hilltop just minutes from downtown Corning, the Houghton Land Preserve offers easily accessed hiking trails for quiet recreation.

Logan Hill Nature Preserve

Miles of hiking trails with stunning views of meadows, ponds, forests, and hillsides of the Southern Tier.

Wesley Hill Nature Preserve

Diverse stands of mature forest, a wide array of wildflowers, and sweeping views of the hills surrounding Honeoye Lake’s southern end make this site truly special.

Sweedler and Thayer Preserves

Pull on your hiking boots and follow the trails in this forest, along the rim of Lick Brook gorge, through the layers of time and seasons.

Bahar Preserve & Carpenter Falls

Discover a dramatic forest and gorge landscape, skip stones along the lakeshore, and watch the secrets of the Bahar Preserve unfold.

Grimes Glen County Park

Formed by gushing meltwaters at the end of the last ice age, Grimes Glen is typical of many Finger Lakes gorges that still carry runoff from uplands down into the ice-carved valleys below.

Roy H Park Preserve

This scenic and inviting 241-acre preserve encompasses portions of an extensive forest, rolling meadows, wetlands, and a rugged stretch of Six-Mile Creek.

Dorothy McIlroy Bird Sanctuary

Following a trail through hemlock and yellow birch hummocks, you begin to understand the qualities of this wetland preserve, which lures us into the heart of nature.

Steege Hill Nature Preserve

You will find numerous trails to walk and observe the abundant wildlife. In the winter, these trails are excellent for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve

The Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve consists of 554 acres of lakes, forests, meadows, brushland, gorges, streams and wetlands.

VanRiper and Whitlock

Together these areas play an important role in protecting and providing public access to natural, undeveloped shoreline—a rarity in the Finger Lakes region.

Carolabarb Park

Carolabarb Park’s mix of fields and forested ravines protects wildlife habitat and beautiful lake views.