Updated April 9 2021
Please note that certain sections of the nature trails are temporarily closed due to spring thaw. Currently, 3 out of the 7 trails are accessible. Updated information will be posted here as soon as the entire trail system is fully accessible again.
- The nature trails are accessible year round during our opening hours.
- No reservation is necessary unless you are a group of 10 person or more.
- Admission tickets can be purchased at the outdoor admission booth during the high season and inside the boutique during the off-season.
- The trails wander around our pastures and through a forested area. The walk takes approximately 30 to 90 minutes depending on the path you take and your pace.
- Leave no trace! Please remain on the trails to avoid erosion and potential destruction of natural habitat. Please respect the pristine environment by disposing of trash and recyclables at designated areas.
- Tap drinking water is NOT available on-site. PLEASE plan on bringing your own water and bottle as we do not endorse the use of or promote single-use plastic bottles.
- The trails can be closed with or without notice if deemed unsafe or if conditions are inappropriate.
Please refer to the Current Trail Conditions section for the most up-to-date trail conditions.
- Please refer to the Seasonal Information section below for appropriate attire and seasonal guidelines.
- The nature trails are made up of grassy sections, gravel sections and packed down dirt sections.
- The trails are well maintained and accessible with a jogger type stroller when visiting with a toddler.
- We do recommend appropriate closed-toe shoes for the trail walk.
- As the trails take you into a forested area and are located close to a marshland, please consider bringing mosquito repellent with you when in season.
- The trails are well maintained and are accessible during the winter.
- We do recommend wearing crampons for the trail walk during the winter.
- When the snow conditions are optimal, snowshoes are permitted in the trails.
- No equipment rentals on-site. Please bring your own crampons or snowshoes.
- Some sections of our trails are located in open field areas. These areas can be wind-swept and
colder than the forested areas so please dress accordingly and plan on wearing layers.