Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve

Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve(Depew)

Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve
上午9:00 - 下午4:30
上午9:00 - 下午4:30
上午9:00 - 下午4:30
上午9:00 - 下午4:30
上午9:00 - 下午4:30
下午1:00 - 下午4:30
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29 条点评

纽约州水牛城11 条分享
Reinstein is a hidden gem so beautiful and quaint. I go here all the time and see many wild life and beauty.
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John S
纽约州水牛城709 条分享
2020年8月 • 独自旅游
08/10/20 Our continued daily walking hike through this Covid-19 pandemic period took us to a great walking park in Cheektowaga, NY. It is on the Northeast side of Stiglmeier Park.

It was on of my favorite hiking areas that we have visited, as you walk though an old growth forest with numerous ponds, some filled with massive growths of water lilies that would have made Monet proud to paint.

Even though it was a hot day, being under the forest canopy kept us cool, with an occasional breeze.

Plenty of well marked and maintained trails.

If you are lucky, there is also some wildlife to see. We were lucky to see a beautiful Buck!

Great place to walk !
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纽约州Hamburg108 条分享
2019年5月 • 夫妻情侣
Thank you Reinstein Family for leaving this lovely piece of heaven on earth to enjoy. We visited Memorial Day morning seeking a quiet natural place to walk & enjoy the sunshine. I grew up in this area & always thought Reinstein Woods was part of Stiglmeier Park. Not so. There are several interconnecting trails throughout the Preserve, each with a theme. My favorite trail circles the “lake” actually a huge lily pond filled with fish, turtles & frogs. The lily plants were just starting to flower, so the pond must be gorgeous now. There are several places to sit & take in the scenery. The boardwalk trail takes you to a vantage point of the lily pond where you can listen to the frogs & their mating calls. I observed 2 small deer browsing along the pond shore as well. The Education Center was closed as this was a holiday; but the park itself was open. A wonderful hidden gem in WNY!
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Thank you for your kind words! Please come visit us again.
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85 条分享
2019年4月 • 夫妻情侣
My husband and I came here for the first time today and we will definitely be back! It's a great place for a nice long walk. Wouldn't really call it a hike. The trails are well maintained. There are restrooms at the beginning of the trails, that were open on a Sunday, while the rest of the other buildings were closed. We saw deer, snakes, baby beavers, turkeys and sunbathing turtles. Great nature walk, kid friendly, many elderly people were on the trails as well. There's a decent amount of benches scattered throughout the trails. We will definitely be back!
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纽约州水牛城23 条分享
2018年12月 • 家庭
Nice walks,nice birds in season,that you may not see elsewhere,paths to explore.Not fancy but nice.Indoor building with things to see nature wise.May rent snowshoes etc.during snow times
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1,515 条分享
2018年5月 • 好友
Reinstein had been recommended to me by a cousin, since we both love to be out in the woods. A friend and I decided to go on a glorious spring day..(Tuesday, the first of May)............perfect temperature and a lovely blue sky! We picked up a map of the trails in the Visitors Center (it has a more technical name). We took our time and I took a lot of pictures.

We were on the final stretch headed back to the Visitors Center, rest rooms and parking lot, approaching the stone cabin when we noticed smoke ahead, and a few hikers standing around. It turns out a tree had come down and taken some live electrical wires down. The tree was NOT laying across the trail but one of the wires WAS laying on part of the trail, and as we got closer we could see the flames, very close to the trail. I suggested to my friend that we quickly get beyond the small fire since there was plenty of room to get by. By this time staff was arriving and right after we passed the small fire, they started turning hikers back and now allowing them to pass by. And then we heard the fire trucks which arrived and drove past us before we finished and exited the trail. MY FIRST FOREST FIRE!!!!

When we exited the trail, we realized that all of the trails had been closed (large signs) due to the fire. More emergency vehicles arrived. After using the rest room in the Visitors Center, we walked out on the short boardwalk, which was the only trail still open. We could see the action from the end.

I realize now what a catastrophe this could have turned into and what a vulnerable position my friend and I (as well as other hikers) could have found ourselves in IF this fire had quickly spread. Thankfully, it didn't.

Now that I have told my story........................Reinstein Woods has wonderful well maintained trails, good interpretive signs (I especially liked the State Symbols Trail), a nice Visitors Center with good rest rooms and it is generally a great place to experience the beauty of nature. I hope to return in both the summer and fall.
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特拉华州里霍博斯比奇508 条分享
2018年3月 • 夫妻情侣
The nature preserve is a beautiful peaceful place located in Depew. Very peaceful place that is great for a quiet walk.
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纽约州奇克托瓦加344 条分享
2018年1月 • 好友
Had gone for a tour with 11 other women on snowshoes. This is the first time most of us had done snowshoeing, we had fun. We were on the trails for about 1 1/2 hr and the sun was shining and a light snow, a perfect day. Our guide was great as we stopped along the way and learned about trees, animals and different vegetation for the animals
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Kathleen M
纽约州Depew3 条分享
2017年8月 • 夫妻情侣
Awesome place to visit to relax unwind see nature at its finest plenty of deer and birds the creek is beautiful always sparkling
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纽约州Depew3 条分享
2017年6月 • 家庭
This is an Awesome place to visit. There are trails to walk, animals to see, and a Visitor Center. The woods back up to Losson Park which is a continuation of the Nature Preserve. It is a lovely park for a picnic or just a stroll through it. It is open year round and a great place to enjoy each of our seasons.
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