TIFFT NATURE PRESERVE
1200 Fuhrmann Boulevard, Buffalo, NY 14203 Directions
Snowshoeing, Families Programs, Forest, Fishing, Picnicking, Cross-Country Skiing, Lake, Scouts Programs, Field Trips & Discovery Campskids Programs
Tifft Nature Preserve is a 264-acre nature park dedicated to conservation and protection for the environment. The nature preserve maintains a natural setting. Animals from all over the area benefit from its wetlands, marshes, and woodlands. It has been the urban paradise dreamed by many over 20 years ago. This 264-acre preserve is a popular birding spot, with 5 miles of marsh & forest trails. The Education Center presents facilities, including educational exhibits, facilities, indoor programming, and space for events. The land comprising the Tifft nature reserve has a fascinating history.
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AMHERST STATE PARK
390 Mill Street, Amherst, Buffalo, NY 14221 Directions
Pines, Trees, Wildlife, Fishing, Bird Watching, Deer Trails, Dog Park, Running, Jogging, Group Picnicking, Dog Walking & Recreational Activities
Amherst State Park contains about 77 acres of State-owned land and approximately 3 acres of Town-owned property. The land also includes wooded areas, meadows, ancient orchards, and formally landscaped grounds. Inside the park adjacent to Reist Street was the former Reist Mill, a locally named historic building. The main access point is in Amherst, at 400 Mill Lane. State Park provides access to creaks and short walking paths. For exercise, you can ride in or walk around. It offers many opportunities to fish within the boundaries of the park.
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REINSTEIN WOODS NATURE PRESERVE
93 Honorine Drive, Depew, Buffalo, NY 14043 Directions
GPS Tracks, Wild Flowers, Walking, Hiking, Cross Country Skiing, Nature, Snowshoeing, Jogging, X-Country Skiing, Forest Lake, Trail & Running
Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve is 292-acre nature preservation and hub for environmental conservation. They offer critical financial and voluntary resources for initiatives that target children in classrooms, teachers, youth from underserved communities, and the wider community. Woods provides several opportunities for families and individuals of all ages and abilities to develop and discover nature. It gives private groups educational programs and guided tours. 12.0 miles from downtown of Buffalo.