Explore the LeVine Nature Preserve
In 1968, Dr. Milton LeVine purchased the land that would become the LeVine Nature Preserve. A lover of nature and wildlife, Dr. LeVine enjoyed the property with his wife and sons until 2002, when it was donated to Saratoga PLAN in his memory. LeVine hoped the property would serve as a "friend, companion, and source of solitude, reflection, contemplation, and contentment."
Now, the LeVine Nature Preserve is beloved within the community and by visitors from far and wide! Located at the foothills of the Adirondacks in the Town of Providence, there is plenty to see and discover at this beautiful nature preserve.
How to Get There
From Saratoga Springs, take Route 29 west for 12 miles, then take a right on Route 16 (Barkersville Road). Stay on this road until reaching Glenwild Road, then take a left. After 1.4 miles, take another left on Centerline Road. In 0.8 miles, the LeVine Preserve kiosk and parking area will be on your left.
What to Expect
Staying true to Dr. LeVine's vision, the LeVine Nature Preserve is a peaceful place in the heart of the forest. On its 3-mile trail system, you may encounter wildlife like birds and deer, as well as numerous species of flowers, trees, and other flora. Bring your furry friends, but make sure to leash and clean up after them. Stroll alongside the two beautiful creeks, stone walls, and even cellar holes hidden by the passage of time!
Source: Saratoga PLAN