Wolf Creek Falls Preserve

Wolf Creek Falls Preserve

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Photo by Catherine Abida

Town of Knox
Approximately 3 miles of trails over mixed terrain

 

Wolf Creek Falls Preserve, opened in 2007, consists of 135 acres in the Town of Knox, and was a gift of Steve Brown, a retired SUNY professor. This gorgeous parcel, which is open for public hiking, contains streams and waterfalls, a wetland, and numerous old stone walls.

Please note – the railroad corridor is private property and no trespassing is permitted. Thank you for your cooperation.

Please be aware hunting rights exist on this preserve from previous ownership. Hunting on this property is by permit only. Starting October 1st, we encourage visitors to wear blaze orange or pink as a precaution through December.

Click on image for a printable map.

Directions

From the intersection of the Northway and Rt US 20, Western Avenue: Drive West, approximately eight miles and turn left onto Route 146 toward Altamont. Route 146 turns right in the middle of Altamont onto Maple Ave. Take that turn
onto Maple. Route 146 then turns left at the end of a long block; however, you should keep going straight; as you leave Altamont you will find that you are on the Bozenkill Road. The Preserve is about 3-miles from Altamont; the parking lot is on your left. The nearest homes are at 774 and 816 on the north side of Bozenkill Road; the parking lot is between them on the south side of the road.

 

Play the Musical Bridge!

Each plank of this bridge built by Dan Driscoll was crafted to produce a tune. Stand on the bridge’s platform and use the mallet provided to create your own tune!

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