Wolf Creek Falls Preserve


Wolf Creek Falls Preserve offers waterfalls galore with baby to large falls to be discovered by following the waterfall signs. For those looking for a more moderate hike, keep trekking along white trail for large, looped trails on both the north and south side of Bozenkill Road. This is a great hike for the family with plenty of waterfalls to view as well as benches and a picnic area to rest and enjoy snacks in the woods. Don’t forget to carry in and carry out!

This property surrounds two private residents. Please stay on marked trails to respect private landowners.

Driving Directions (click to navigate)

Trail Length

3 miles

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Dr. Patricia Brown and Dr. Stephen Brown, professors at Siena and UAlbany respectively, donated the property to MHLC in 2007 for public enjoyment. Remnants of the stone-walled sheep pasture can still be seen along the trails as well as a stone quarry and barbed wire fencing for beef cattle, and the remnants of an old home cellar that can be discovered along the trails.

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