Friday, June 28, 2013

Corbett's Glen Nature Park


A hidden gem, Corbett's Glen Nature Park sits on 52 acres in Brighton and offers two miles of well marked, scenic trails to wander.


On our visit, we parked in a small parking lot located on the north end of the park off Penfield Road near North Landing Road. There is a southern entrance off Glen Road, near Route 441.

From the north we meandered through trails and climbed ravines to the beautiful postcard falls on the southern end.



There are plenty of benches along the way to sit and enjoy the beauty...or you could just plop yourself down in the middle of a trail like Logan : )

We used my Nature Scavenger Hunt for Toddlers (that you can find HERE) to keep the kiddos entertained until we reached the falls.




Aren't they picture perfect? There is a small deck and seating area overlooking the falls. Just beyond the falls, there is an area to access the shallow water. The kiddos had a blast...



For more information on Corbett's Glen, it's history, and preservation efforts, please visit the Allen's Creek Corbett's Glen Preservation Group HERE.

Eleanor

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