Indian Kill Nature Preserve


The 100-acre Indian Kill Preserve follows the banks and bluffs of the Indian Kill. The Preserve is comprised of a number of diverse habitats including, native hardwood forest, conifer plantations, and wetlands. The Preserve is an attractive area for hiking, nature study, fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. The Preserve is also a special place for wildflowers in the spring, and a variety of fern species.

Indian Kill Nature Preserve Map

Contact Information

  • Hetcheltown Road
  • Schenectady, New York 12302
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