Explore Rowland Hollow Creek Preserve
Saratoga PLAN, Charlew Builders, the Rotary Club, and the City of Saratoga Springs have been working hard to make this preserve the perfect habitat for wildlife, and the perfect place for visitors to engage with nature.
The Rowland Hollow Creek Preserve contains 45 acres of woodland and nearly a mile of trails, leading towards a beautiful overlook of the Creek. Nature-lovers and walkers can't miss visiting the Rowland Hollow Creek Preserve on their next visit to Saratoga Springs!
Photo Source: Saratoga PLAN
How to Get There
From Saratoga Springs, travel west from Broadway onto West Avenue, then turn onto Grand Avenue. The Preserve's parking area will be on the left, just past Round Table Road and Slade Road.
What to Expect
Open throughout the year, the Rowland Hollow Creek Preserve is great for bird-watching, nature and wildlife observation, walking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. Feel free to bring your pets along for the adventure, too! Just be sure they remain on a leash and are cleaned up after, ensuring the Preserve's mission to protect its flora and fauna.