Harriet Hollister Spencer Recreation Area provides picnic tables, hiking, cross-country skiing and biking trails. Deer hunting is permitted in season. Small game hunting is not permitted at any time.There is only one pavilion available at Harriet Hollister Spencer State Recreation Area.

Harriet HollisterSpencer trail system is much larger than noted on app.I use the S6 loop which is marked well with yellow trail tags and is an awesome MTB trail 7.5 mile loop.Also have seen hikers,horseback and such out there.Complete snowmobile trail system marked as well and much more trail for all to enjoy.Again it’s a much larger trail system than noted.

My friend and I went here after a different hike. We thought we would grab some geo caches (and did). The are many more trails than this app shows. There were a lot of great wild flowers in bloom (5/27) like violets, azure bluet, cranebill, lady slippers, trillium, Jack-in-the_pulpit, mayapple, starflower, foamflower and a fringed polygala - which I’d never seen before! The view from the overlook is amazing. I might come back in the fall to find the remaining geocaches and see the view with the foliage. Park looks set up for many winter activities- snowshoeing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling but I’m not a winter gal.

Nice little, extremely easy trail. We went when ice and snow dominated the surface. The view of Honeoye Lake is a nice payoff.

The drive to the park was more interesting than the hike. I would suggest going there in the summer to see if my current rating will improve.

beautiful. next time I'll park at the end of the gaurd rail so I don't have to sit on the ground since I'm to short to step over.

easy trail with a pretty view. would be great for snow shoeing

This is a beautiful place, but the "point to point" description isn't totally accurate and the AllTrails map is useless. In fact, it's a network of many smaller trails, not all of which are well marked. Some trails are groomed in winter and marked with requests for skiers to stay on one side and hikers or snowshoe users on the other (which is a good idea). Others are apparently maintained by a snowmobile club (see photo). It's a good place for no-snow hiking, but if your goal is to do some serious mileage, you'll need to stitch together a bunch of smaller trails. Real maps are here:
Definitely bring a compass or GPS. The "comfort station" is really a brick outhouse with no running water. One of the two "rooms" had no toilet paper. Bring supplies. This place is worth the trip, as long as you don't panic when trails aren't marked like a nature walk at a children's day camp.