Indian Creek Nature Center
Rensselaer Falls, NY
HAVE A NICE WALK IN THE WOODS!!
[see photo album on the right and map below to get your bearings]
DESCRIPTION: Indian Creek Nature Center is a 300-acre tract of upland and marsh with about 8 km of trails. It is managed by volunteers from the North country conservation Education Association. Its trails lead through fields, past ponds, marshes, swamps, forests and lake-edge habitats. free and open to the public all year long. Interpretive center.
DIRECTIONS:Take Hwy 68 from Canton (towards Ogdensburg) for about 3-4 miles to CR14 (it "T's" with Hwy 68). Turn left and head towards Rensselaer Falls. Indian Creek nature center will be on your left in 3.4 miles (the entrance is marked with a large sign).
PARKING: Drive in from the main entrance on a dirt road to the parking lot. there is ample parking there (or if you don't find a spot, park on the edge of the roadway in.
ACCESSIBILITY: Weelchair access on a 900' boardwalk
RESTROOMS: Out house?
- http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9325.html - Information from the dept. of Environmental Conservation.