The trails are open every day from dawn to dusk.
With just over two miles of trails in three loops, the forested landscape is also home to wildlife including deer, fox, owls, and Bald Eagles.
The Gander trail was completely clear cut when George Nixon Black Jr. used it as a racetrack for his car.
The outer trails were developed for carriage rides to exercise the horses and for family enjoyment. They have many roots and rocks exposed and should be walked with care. There is also a lot of water and poor drainage (soon to be improved!) so please plan accordingly.
Dogs are welcome on leash.
If you'd like the trail guide ahead of time, you can download it here.
If you or your family are looking for an activity to do while out on the trails, why not try nature bingo?
Save it to your phone, print it to bring with you, or see if there is a copy in the Frog Library.
Children's Lending Library
Our frog children's lending library found between the pond and story trail is full of children's books.
Please feel free to borrow or leave a book.
Tree ID Walk
Around the Gander Trail loop, signs identify different tree species.
To learn more about these trees visit the
The story trail is a small loop directly behind the North Trailhead. The book changes each season.
Check our Facebook page for info on the current story.