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Canaseraga State Forest

Natural Area or Park

Canaseraga State Forest has multiple trails on unpaved public access roads and dirt paths along with unmarked deer paths and old farm lanes available for exploring.


Open for recreation: Year-round
Fee: Free
Rules: Leave No Trace principles (carry in, carry out)
Directions: To gain access to this forest from the hamlet of Canaseraga, go north on Church Street, make a left onto White Road, which becomes Scott Hill Road and runs through the forest.

The Canaseraga State Forest 1,287-acre piece of property filled with waterfalls and a river to walk along. The preserve has no designated camping sites, but tent camping is allowed for free along with hunting and trapping in season. There is a variety of trails, ranging from unpaved public access roads to unmarked deer paths. Since there are no major hills this is a perfect area to hike with small children and leashed dogs.