Explore The Hennig Preserve
Donated in 2010 by the Hennig family, Saratoga PLAN and its volunteers now maintain this gorgeous stretch of land - an amazing 606 acres of rich forests overlooking rivers, ponds, and beaver meadows for the whole community to view and enjoy.
How to Get There
The Hennig Preserve trailheads are located off of Center Line Road in Middle Grove, New York. On Route 29, drive west from Saratoga Springs. In 12 miles, take a right on Route 16 (Barkersville Road). Stay on this road for 2.7 miles, then turn left on Glenwild Road. Centerline Road is 1.4 miles in, on your right. You can park in the designated area on the right side of the road.
Photo Credit: Saratoga PLAN
What to Expect
The largest preserve in the care of Saratoga PLAN, the Hennig Preserve is the perfect site for nature-lovers, skiiers, and hikers alike. The massive preserve was once used for logging, maple syrup production, and subsistence farming before being generously donated by the Hennigs. Since its opening to the public, the preserve has added 476 acres of beautiful woodland. Despite its conversion to a natural area, you can still find remnants of history scattered throughout the Hennig Preserve's acreage! Keep an eye out for cellar holes, wells, and other structures forgotten by time.