Rogers Environmental Education Center Trails is a 2.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sherburne, New York that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and birding and is accessible year-round.
With approximately 600 acres, a great way to spend some time outside is by hiking the many trails at the Rogers Center. Two miles of trails are located near the Visitors Center; Channels Trail that surrounds the Channels Marsh and the Farm Tower Trail, located across the street. The Farm Tower Trail leads you to a lookout tower where you can overlook Chenango Valley. Cush Hill Trail is located on Bingham Road, off of Route 80. Adams Farm Trail, approximately 0.7 miles down the road, has a catch and release fishing area. The trails are open all year round. Trail maps are located in various kiosks near the trails, or in the bookstore of the Visitors Center.
Lots of trails. Main side of park has wooded trails with ponds and a river. Across the road is a more open trail that leads to a farm tower you can go up. All trails are easy. Good for people of all abilities.
Great easy trails. Multiple trails to choose from. Turtles, fish and birds are easily seen in many different areas. Great picnic area. Good for any age or ability.
This was a very nice place to walk. Lots of birds to see. I saw my first Cedar Waxwing while at Rogers. Some of the trails are paved and others are dirt but easy to follow. We all enjoyed our visit.