Buffalo July 09, 2019
This 2-Mile Hike Near Buffalo Takes You Through An Enchanting Forest
Living out along one of America’s Great Lakes means that we’re always just a stone’s throw away from enjoying never-ending views of the water. Every now and then, though, you’ll find Buffalonians craving an oasis that’s a bit more secluded – something that perhaps leads us out into the quiet forest. If you’ve been looking to enjoy a serene adventure that will leave you in awe, then add this gorgeous two-mile-long hike in Erie County to your bucket list.
Located less than 10 miles outside of Buffalo, West Seneca is home to a stunning park that you'll want to spend a whole day hiking through.
With nearly 20 acres of land open to the public along the Buffalo Creek, all it takes is a quick trip out to West Seneca to explore one of Western New York's scenic forests.
In total, the Burchfield Nature Center has roughly two miles of trails that wind throughout the park.
Leading you across boardwalks and well-maintained trails, you'll want to be sure to keep an eye out for wildlife as you hike through the forest.
Numerous ADA trails make this beautiful area accessible to all, so bring the whole family along on an outdoor adventure!
From the deer darting through the forest to feathered friends high up in the trees, visitors of the Burchfield Nature Center are reminded that the center is the home to all sorts of wildlife and respecting the natural landscape is a must.
Burchfield is more than just a nature center; it’s also known for its outdoor art exhibits that bring pops of vibrant color to the trails.
If you plan to take a trip to the Burchfield Nature Center during the summer, you'll find plenty of exciting happenings inside the park.
Right by the creek, an amphitheater nestled in the trees hosts Tuesday Concerts from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. during the month of July.
Burchfield hosts their annual Enchanted Forest event during the summer. This exciting outing includes everything from face painting and butterfly wishes to fairy houses and magic wands.
Who knew that exploring a secluded forest outside of the city could be so rewarding? Lucky for us, this park and its lush forest are open every day from dawn until dusk.
You’ll find the parking area for the Charles E. Burchfield Nature & Art Center right at the corner of Union Road and Clinton Street. To find out more about the Burchfield Nature Center's upcoming events and see official trail maps,
Address: 2001 Union Road, West Seneca, NY, 14224
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