Bole Woods Loop (Red Trail) – 1.5 miles – A National Natural Landmark, visit this mature beech-maple forest. Access from the Corning Lake Loop.
Conifer Trail (Lavender Trail) – 1.5 miles – A meadow walk through our conifer collection. View stunning vistas and field nesting birds.
Corning Lake Loop (Yellow Trail) – 1.5 miles – Explore the shoreline of Corning Lake and Fordham Island.
Strong Acres Loop – .75 miles – Explore the meadows for field nesting birds. Access from the Old Valley Trail.
Woodland Trail (Orange Trail) – 1.5 miles – A self-guided journey through the woods. Pick up a brochure at the Corning Visitor Center or at the start of the trail. Stop and relax at Meditation Point along the way.
Display Garden – Beautiful tree specimens and landscape plants, along with the hedge and lilac collection.
Holden Butterfly Garden – Learn why pollinators are important and what attracts them.
Layer Rhododendron Garden – Home to a wide variety of rhododendrons, azaleas and companion plants displayed under a canopy of mature oak and hickory trees.
Paine Rhododendron Display Garden – And inspirational showplace of landscape ideas and information about rhododendrons.
Other Points Of Interest
Corning Visitor Center – Includes our information desk, Treehouse gift shop and the Corning Library, as well as restrooms and a first aid station.
Blueberry Pond Loop and Buckeye Bud’s Adventure Woods – A great area for families to observe aquatic wildlife and play in nature.
Daus Memorial – A serene overlook where guests can learn about the importance of forest birds and test their tree identification skills.
Habitat Hut – filled with activities to help young children explore a bog, prairie, stream and woodland.
Kalberer Emergent Tower – Climb to the top of this 120′ foot structure for a panoramic view of two of our region’s precious natural resources, our native forests and Lake Erie.
Murch Canopy Walk – Enjoy an immersive exploration of the forest and tree canopy on this 500′ elevated walkway.
Offutt Memorial Boardwalk – Accessible from the Woodland Trail, the boardwalk is a great pace to see native flora and explore the banks of Pierson Creek.
Restrooms located at the Corning Visitor Center and the Paine Rhododendron Garden.