Explore the most popular trails in Boughton Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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flooded
icy
muddy
3 days ago

The creek that runs along the left side of the trail is beautiful to walk in, definitely check it out

Nice spot but was kicked out for not having permit. They said only Victor residents could get permits. This was several years ago. Hopefully they’ve changed their minds and will allow ‘outsiders’ to enjoy the reservoir!

I went on a rainy day and it was really nice. They had sprayed pesticides and closed down the loop at about the 3/4 way mark causing me to turn around, then I got a little lost on my way back but it was still fun. The pesticides were probably a one off so I give it 5 starts.

Trail is well marked , some muddy spots but can get around them easy, and there are other trials you come across that can make this a bit longer of a hike if you want.

It was a great trail. My friend and I took our dogs and had a great time. The trails weren’t very clearly marked but it was still easy to get back to where you started.

Supposed to have parking permit to park. We lucked out today and had no problems, but looking into getting a permit for future use because the trails were Awesome!

You definitely need cramp ins this month. The trails were pretty icy. I walked just off the trail where it was less ice

great trail and beautiful BUT trail use is by permit only and you must be a resident of either Victor, East Bloomfield, or West Bloomfield in order to obtain a permit.

Pretty walk right in the neighborhood. You do need a permit to park.

Good trail, variety of fields and wooded trails. I would love to see a more accurate trail marking system, I had to have the map out for most of the time. Some steep heels. I would also like to see a water faucet.

Beautiful, peaceful area. Unfortunately was only able to hike about half of what I wanted to do to spraying for bugs/weeds earlier in the day. Was a little buggy in the trees, but tolerable, a few offshoots from the main trail were fun to explore, worth checking out, also get to learn a little history along the way

I really enjoyed this trail. It's well marked and offers some very diverse scenery. There are several side trails that I didn't check out because it was my first time there. I did go off the trail to explore a creek. There are several signs providing the history of the Seneca. I was there for about two hours mid-morning on a weekday and only came across one other person. I'm definitely going back again.

hiking
Mon Oct 10 2016

well marked. nice to bring the dog

I LOVED THIS TRAIL! it was well marked and was a perfect 2 hour hike. I took the purple/red trail that led to an unmarked but well trafficked trail so it made a loop back.

Very well kept with very nice people who work there. Was a beautiful place and I am definitely going back!

Red trail contains well kept paths beautiful fields in fall with many wild native flowers. Roads are some what visible but the fields in fall make it worth it.Trails are marked well. Backs up to the blue eagle trail which is heavily wooded moderately inclined and connects to fort hill - open area with decent view. Ran into one tiny stream on the red trail. Dog friendly :)

It was a wonderful exploration without a map we eventually ended back to the beginning! We enjoyed all the aspects of nature and the little history plaques along the way :)

Great place to walk/hike, learn about plants, history. There are open fields, woods and water. Ganondagon has it all

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