Trailside Learning Center at Redwood Hill Preserve

Trailside Learning Center at Redwood Hill Preserve

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Redwood, NY
# of Trails
Miles of Trails
Level of Difficulty
Easy, ADA
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44.30409, -75.79588

Connect with nature

  • Accessibility
  • Bird Watching
  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Walking & Hiking

The Trailside Learning Center is wheelchair accessible and serves as a focal point for the Indian River Lakes Conservancy (IRLC)’s public education programs, including school field trips, a Kids’ Nature Camp, a summer speaker series, an annual Water Quality Conference, and several winter events.

Book this unique space

The Trailside Learning Center at Redwood Hill Preserve is a community resource waiting to be utilized. Whether you're part of a school group, an organization, or simply a gathering of nature enthusiasts, this beautifully crafted building surrounded by nature is available for your use.

To book this unique space for your next event or educational program, contact the Indian River Lakes Conservancy office at or call 315-482-4757. Let the Trailside Learning Center be the backdrop for your group's exploration and discovery in the heart of nature.

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The Trailside Learning Center was designed and constructed in 2016 by IRLC Board member Richard Edgar with generous help from volunteers including right-hand man, Ron Tibbles. The building is a beautiful testament to what a community who cares can do together.

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Explore IRLC Preserves

With five public preserves across three counties, adventure awaits you.

Indian River Lakes Conservancy (IRLC) carefully stewards the land and water to preserve the natural character of the region, with a focus on protecting clean water, fish and wildlife, and the scenic vistas along the shores of the lakes and the Indian River. Encounter the beauty of Indian River Lakes at a preserve near you!

Other Public Access Areas

While you’re in the Indian River Lakes Region, be sure to visit some of the other public access areas nearby!

These trails and open spaces are not owned or managed by the Indian River Lakes Conservancy, but each offers unique opportunities to connect with nature and enjoy the outdoors in this beautiful region.

Trails Water Access Map1