Stone Quarry Hill Art Park is a 1.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Cazenovia, New York that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.4 miElevation gain141 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyCross-country skiingHikingNature tripsSnowshoeingWalkingViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Deborah Allam
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Julia Clifford
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Hiking

VERY ICY!!! Had to go off trail to avoid slipping on the trail. But also very fun and amusing

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Renee Rein-Mcneil
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Hiking

wear good winter footwear.

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Melissa Metcalf
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Mira Vesala
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H Outdoors
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Walking

Very pleasant and enjoyable. Lots of little areas to discover. You can walk or drive through the park. The park connects to the Link trail for a hike.

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Chelsea A.
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I think I just went to Narnia? I came here on a cloudy day and had the park to myself. Bring your imagination and sense of wonder—you can still get miles of exercise (I covered 3.4 miles easily) while finding unexpected magic tucked in unlikely places. This is a GREAT way to mix up your pandemic hike routine with something totally out of the ordinary. What a fun wandering adventure.

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Jaime Schulz
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Kaley Emmons
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Great to tire out the kids with the hills and nice art along the way!

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QueenK !
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Great park and art...could be marked better.

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Debbie Phelps
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Nice

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Peter Steiger
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Need an escape to ponder? This is your place. Not much of a hike but beautiful views and landscape art installations. The place needs your donations to stay alive. What a gem!

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Jennifer Golis
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beautiful and artsy

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Judy Fogelstrom
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They were doing maintenance on the trails so I didn't stay long but beautiful views and peaceful! Will go back!

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Michele Morris
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easy and peaceful

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Amber Johnson
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One of my favorite parks around. The display about the topography is amazing.

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Chris Dunn
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WalkingFee

Over all not worth the stop. Art displays are run down and falling apart. Trails are a little hard to follow, but well maintained. Admission is free right now but normally costs $5 a person.

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Emilee Cool
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Hiking

This was a really cool spot. Lots of different trails and awesome artwork. Great views of the lake and hills too. I’d recommend driving up to the top to park and checking out the maps. We didn’t and made our way to the top through the woods which was a fun adventure. They have an app u can download to learn about the art too!!

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Clea Hupp
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Beautiful trail. Good for kids and dogs. Well maintained. We enjoyed the art and very few people were there. The park typically charges a $5 fee, which was waved due to COVID, so in ordinary times make sure to bring some cash. Very scenic.

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Shaylin Graves
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10/10 recommend, this trail was so much more than I anticipated! The trails were covered in wood chips so it wasn’t too muddy. The art was amazing and I liked how they had a background/story about almost every piece. It was a beautiful day spent hiking with my sister. We will definitely be back!!

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Deidre Dyer
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Took the kids yesterday. We didn't grab a map and just wandered around. Cool sculptures scattered around this vast property. Some trails in the woods and seems to connect to other trail routes. Fairly muddy for us but expected. Hilly as well but good hike!

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Morgan Geis
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Hiking

Beautiful artwork and took a large amount of land! I walked about 1.7 in an hour and half because we were taking our time with the art. There is an app you can download to learn more about the art and artist. 10/10. :)

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Annie McDonald
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Walking

This place is pretty amazing and I’m really looking forward to going back! I’ve never been anywhere like it. Extremely kid-friendly, my 3 yr old loved it, and that particular day we used a jogging stroller because he was just over a sickness. If you have kiddos coming, it’s a trail they can walk.. but if they can’t - I would recommend a baby carrier or a jogging stroller that is easy to “off road” as my husband and I say. A standard stroller would be difficult and very hard to manage on the terrain. Lastly, only part of the trail is shaded and there are stretches that are in direct sun, something to think about on a pretty hot day. We only walked some of the park because of time constraints, but I’m itching to go back and see the rest of the sculptures! I could actually see coming here in the winter being even better. I would label this trail easy for most ages.

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Judiah Blouin
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Very interesting and enjoyable walk.

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Gia Basile
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Hiking

Great view, enjoyable hike

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Cheryl Bunn
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With most of the art spaced out around the property this is a great place to spend an afternoon discovering the art along the trails. There are many beautiful pieces that come along with an audio tour, but my battery was too low to run it during my visit. This is a great trip you can make alone or with friends/family. It’s family- friendly, along with some table space to allow for picnic lunches.

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Bill Whyland
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Mary Anne Whyland
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Miriam Reimer
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Melanie Hazer
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