Eighty-seven acres of mature forests bordering Bear Swamp Creek and the western shore of Skaneateles Lake.
Thirty-five acres of brush, field and forest with just under one mile of trail.
In 2006 the Land Trust purchased these 113 acres located within the towns of Ithaca and Newfield, just south of the Sweedler Preserve at Lick Brook.
One-mile loop trail through a highly diverse wetland complex.
Almost two miles of trails through 111-acres on the northern hillside of the Ellis Hollow valley in the Town of Dryden
Short, easy loop trail through woods, wetland, and flood plain bordering Fall Creek.
Owned by the Village of Freeville with a conservation easement held by the Land Trust, the Genung Nature Preserve, along a mile of Fall Creek as it takes a great loop on its way to Cayuga Lake, is open for people to explore an easy trail through various habitats and enjoy a quiet respite from the noise of everyday life.
A 1.6 mile trail out and back through 226 forested acres on the eastern shore of Canandaigua Lake, adjoining Hi Tor Wildlife Management Area
Grimes Glen is for playful families, waterfall lovers, photographers, lovers of spring wildflowers and, maybe, a budding geologist or two.
A 1.1-mile loop trail leads you through 139 forested acres in the town of Scott on the east side of Skaneateles Lake.
50 acres of forest and stream with a 1.3 mile trail loop
Over three miles of trail through 510 acres of wetland, ponds, fields and forest.
Eighty acres encompassing part of an extensive wetland complex, as well as adjacent upland forest.
One-mile loop trail traverses 110 acres of forest and streamside wetlands.
Two mile trail through 170 acres of forest, old field, small streams and wetland.
90-acre preserve with trails through mature oak-hickory forest.
A 1.2-mile loop trail leads you through 161 acres of forest and meadow.
Located in the Town of Dryden, the Park Preserve features over a mile of trail through field and forest along the edge of Six Mile Creek.
Thirty-three acres protecting many bird species including Cerulean Warblers.
Almost six miles of trail on nearly 800 acres of hardwood forest with hemlock-sided ravines, above Chemung River in Big Flats.
83-acre preserve features mature hemlock grove and a portion of the Finger Lakes Trail.
A 1.3-mile loop trail leads you through forest to spectacular veiws of waterfalls along Lick Brook.
Eleven acres of mature forest, streams, and wetland. Easy trails.
80 forested acres with 1900 feet of undeveloped shoreline on Cayuga Lake.
Over five miles of trails lead you through mature forest and down into Briggs Gully.