Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve

Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve, Seneca Falls

Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve - Seneca Falls

Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve - Seneca Falls
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bbbob84
Staten Island, Nova York1.574 contribuições
ago de 2021
It was very quiet and peaceful as there were not many visitors early on a weekday. A lot of wildflowers were in bloom. There were seas of yellow, orange, blue and violet. And the beautiful contrasts between them. We experienced a variety of birds, frogs and wildlife. In August you will experience a lot of bugs as you would on any hike that time of year. Depending upon the weather you could experience mud along the paths so plan accordingly. There were about six different paths of varied lengths that all intersect at sporadic points throughout the area. We took a picture of the trail map, but there were very good trail markings, as well as, placards of the trail map along the way. We really enjoyed our time there and hope you do too.
Feita em 5 de agosto de 2021
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operalover939
Toronto, Canadá2.628 contribuições
ago de 2018 • Casais
A nice walk on a sunny morning, spotting birds — mostly swallows — and trying to identify plants: surely anyone would enjoy that? Oddly enough, we seemed to be the only people on the trail. Never mind, we had a good time and can wholeheartedly recommend a life through the wetlands to others.
Feita em 12 de agosto de 2018
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urbanguy
Richmond, VA4.229 contribuições
ago de 2017 • Casais
I'm not from the local area, and I don't know the "politics" that resulted in this place being developed, but developed it was. It appears that the Preserve was a "trade off" for a nearby landfill. The resulting wetland is terrific!

We were here on a very pleasant late August day that was not too hot. As birders, we neither heard nor saw many birds. That happens and that's okay. But, as lovers of the outdoors, the late summer flowers were spectacular. What a great show of color: red and blue (cardinal flowers), yellows (abundant goldenrods), and more colors, much more.

The 7+ miles of trails are easy to walk (we did most of them). The Preserve is open dawn to dusk and is free. My only negative? I would have appreciated a little more signage at the intersection of trails. Less important might be "mileage" markers, say to the parking lot, at some selected spots.
Feita em 1 de outubro de 2017
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Jaime P
Ovid, Nova York59 contribuições
mai de 2016 • A sós
I like to walk the trails here and find it a peaceful place. I've seen deer and many different birds while walking here. Be advised that if you walk the entire main loop you will likely come to places where the trail is covered with water and there is no way around. I would recommend visiting in the spring and fall when there are not so many insects.
Feita em 21 de maio de 2016
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chasinUpstateNewYork
Romulus, Nova York502 contribuições
mar de 2016 • Amigos
No doubt this is an attempt to off-set the nuisance of the landfill, and I suspect to most who oppose the landfill, the offset is minimal.

Considering the topography of the area, I still think the Wetlands Preserve is a positive. This region is "Lake Plane", a remanent of the last glaciation; the flat lands north of Seneca Falls were underwater some 10,000 - 20,000 years ago; now we have wetlands, shallow creeks draining northward, and pretty much flat land. I've walked the preserve (not all of it) a few times, and find it interesting.

Access is from Black Brook Road, turn SOUTH off of NY Rt 318, or North out of Seneca Falls from Clinton St extension. In nice weather one could bicycle to the preserve from Seneca Falls.
Feita em 25 de abril de 2016
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pataby1959
Rochester, Nova York21 contribuições
out de 2015 • A sós
This was created as a "trade off" to our community- The Dumps effort to placate residents for their growing mounds of garbage. I recommend the Montezuma Wildlife refuge instead-
Feita em 10 de janeiro de 2016
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George T
2 contribuições
jun de 2015 • Família
I believe this was a PR effort by the huge landfill which is within sight, the landfill donated some land they apparently cannot cover with a garbage mound for some reason. A decent spot for birdwatching
Feita em 26 de outubro de 2015
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KestrelHaven
Burdett, Nova York162 contribuições
out de 2014 • Casais
This was trade off land for the huge garbage mountains growing nearby on Rte 414 and a lovely trade it was. Lots of birds here as well as other creatures to enjoy. Plan on several hours.
Feita em 3 de março de 2015
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danrodz
Rochester, NY91 contribuições
mai de 2013 • Família
The trails in this very nicely done preserve are very easy to stroll and very tranquil. There are plenty of birds to see and the landscape is very soothing. Everyone in my family enjoyed it a great deal. There is also a wide variety of vegetation, including some mushrooms I had never seen before, so there is quite a bit to keep engaged. Another activity well worth the price (FREE!).
Feita em 30 de maio de 2013
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Roberta F
Seneca Falls9 contribuições
mar de 2013 • Amigos
I live nearby and walk the wetlands often. The flora has been returned to its original state. Many invasive species have been eradicated and original ones re-introduced. I never knew that there are three kinds of cattails, only one of which is native and is flourishing here. Depending on the time of year, there can be many birds - the wetlands is near the North American Flyway - esp.great blue heron. The trails are groomed and comfortable for walking.
there is also an ADA trail. It is a great spot for a stroll!
Feita em 16 de março de 2013
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