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Reinstein Woods Interpretive Trails
There are about three and a half miles of gentle trails for you explore daily from sunrise to sunset.
Visitors are requested to sign in and out at the main trailhead kiosk and obey the posted rules. Interpretive pamphlets corresponding to the Lily Pond Loop, Footprint Trail, and Beech Tree Trail are available at each trailhead kiosk or inside the Environmental Education Center. Interpretive signs are found along the State Symbols Trail and History Trail. Benches are available on most trails.
Environmental Education Center
Monday through Friday 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Saturday 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Closed Sundays and state holidays
Snowshoe and Cross-Country Ski Rentals: Visit Snowshoe and Cross-Country Ski Rentals for details on dates, prices and more.
The Education Center is a LEED Silver certified building. You can explore the building on your own by taking a cell phone tour and reading signs throughout the building, then take home information on how to make your own home more environmentally friendly. You can learn about construction of the building here.
Most of the trails at Reinstein Woods are compacted gravel/dirt roads; a few trails are covered with wood chips. Persons in wheelchairs and strollers frequently participate in tours. We also feature an accessible boardwalk leading to an overlook of the Lily Pond.
The New York State Inclusive Recreation Resource Center’s online database includes detailed information about Reinstein Woods’ accessibility.
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Please remember that the following are prohibited:
- Bikes, skateboards, and motorized vehicles
- Taking or releasing plants or animals
- Hunting, trapping, and fishing
- Pets and horses
- Alcoholic beverages and glass containers
- Camping and campfires
- Please stay on designated trails to protect the environment for all visitors.
Please dispose of trash and recyclables in appropriate containers.