There are 16 miles of trails here, but they're comprised of many small loop trails. You can select one for a short walk or link several together for a longer hike. This nature center sits on the shore of Lake Ontario (with a great cobblestone swim beach used by locals) but you won't see the lake from most of the trails. They wind through woodlands.
A map and details for this trail can be found in the guidebook "Take A Hike - Family Walks in New York's Finger Lakes Region" which is available through EMS.
From Route 104A, head west on McFarland Road, then north on Jenvolt Road to the nature center parking area.
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