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Saratoga Hiking and Nature Trails & Preserves

While Saratoga Springs is home to several notable landmarks, including the Race Course, SPAC and of course, the famous mineral springs, there are also lots of great places to enjoy the great outdoors in the area! Below are some of the fantastic trails and nature preserves in the Saratoga area where you can hike, birdwatch, snowshoe, and sometimes even cross-country ski.

The Ballston Creek Preserve overlooks a Great Blue Heron rookery making it an ideal place to spot these majestic birds.
The Bog Meadow Trail in Saratoga is a year-round favorite for long walks in the summer and cross-country skiing in the winter.
Explore two miles of marked trails within the 63 acre Coldbrook Preserve in the Town of Northumberland.
The Galway Nature Preserve is a former Christmas tree farm that now features 2.5 miles of trails for you to explore.
Generously donated to Saratoga PLAN by the Hennig family in 2010, this beautiful preserve contains more than 600 acres of rich forest.
Schuylerville's Hudson Crossing Park features tons of things to do, including more than two miles of beautiful, scenic trails.
Located in the Town of Providence, the LeVine Nature Preserve was donated to Saratoga PLAN by the family of Dr. Milton LeVine.
Walk along these neighboring trails at the Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park that are home to rare ecological communities and species.
Explore Camp Saratoga and Opdahl Farm, just a short drive from the heart of Saratoga Springs and part of the Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park.
Wander the 1.5 miles of trails at the Orra Phelps Nature Preserve and admire the beauty of the Little Snook Kill Stream.
The Palmertown Conservation Area covers 62 square miles and features excellent trails with even more in the works.
Pitney Meadows Community Farm is developing nature trails as part of their major project to reestablish this historic Saratoga farm.
The Round Lake Preserve in Mechanicville offers opportunities for fishing, bird watching, canoeing, kayaking, and more.
Enjoy the 45 acres of woodlands and 3/4 mile of trails that overlook Rowland Hollow Creek just a short distance from downtown Saratoga.
The Woodcock Preserve in Clifton Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, hawks, owls, and - as its name suggests - woodcocks.
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