This hike at Amy’s Park is a popular family-friendly option that offers a short, easy hike to an active beaver pond and wetland.
Location: Padanarum Road, Bolton Landing [view map]
Hike Length: 1 mile round-trip
Start Time: 9:40 am
Photo Time: 10:12 am
Approx. End Time: 10:45 am
For the Hike-A-Thon, we will be following the easy yellow trail to a lovely, lichen covered rocky outcrop at the water’s edge (0.5 mi). This is where we’ll gather and pose for the group photo when the helicopter arrives. Click here for brochure and trail guide.
Want to volunteer for the ground crew or as a hike leader for this site? Please fill out our volunteer form!
About Amy’s Park:
Named in memory of Amy Wolgin Wiener, Amy’s Park is a beautiful property of ponds, marshes and forests in the uplands of Bolton Landing located between Padanarum and Trout Falls Roads. The Park also includes a portion lying to the west of Trout Falls Road. The property includes the headwaters for Indian Brook and contains important wildlife habitat within its large, unfragmented forest and wetland complexes. Protecting this fragile property prevents excess nutrients and sediments that are inevitably generated by development from flowing into Indian Brook and Northwest Bay.