Info: From the website from Oswego University – “As a wildlife study area, Rice Creek is dedicated to the study, preservation and management of the environment. It is a living laboratory for SUNY Oswego students and others interested in learning about local ecology and conservation. In an effort to increase environmental awareness, nature trails provide access to the numerous habitats around the Rice Creek.”
Directions/Location: Rice Creek Field Station is located on Thompson Road, Oswego, New York about 5.3 km (3.3 mi.) west of the Oswego River between New York State Route 104 and Johnson Road (County Route 7).
Trail Map via OpenStreetMap.org:
Rice Creek Field Station Trails / Fallbrook Recreation Center Trails
Brownell Road New York, United States of America
Trail Distance: Many trails available of varying lengths.
Trail Surface: Mowed grass, grass, gravel, or dirt.
Date/Time Open: Probably just during daylight hours.
Mountain Biking Allowed: On certain trails.
Hiking/Walking Allowed: Yes.
Cross-Country Skiing: Yes, possibly only on certain trails.
Pets Allowed: Yes, must stay leashed.
Built on Former Railroad Bed: No.
Special Instructions: When at Rice Creek Trails please register.
Trail maps are available for Fallbrook Trails at ski lodge, click here for a page with the trail maps for Rice Creek Trails.