CPF owns 14 properties that total 380 acres in the Village and Town of Cazenovia. Five of these properties host approximately 10 miles of public recreational trails. Other properties are owned to protect wetland values and open space. From time to time, properties are donated to CPF to use as tradelands, or for sale with the proceeds going to CPF to further our conservation work .
CPF-Owned Properties[*Denotes public access]
- Fairchild Hill* – (1984) 1.5 mile trail on 21 acres from railroad ROW to top of hill. Access from Rte. 20. Openspace / recreation.
- Cazenovia Heights – (1985) 16 acres north of lake on five unbuildable lots. Open space.
- Gorge Trail* - (1985) 2.4 mile trail on railroad ROW. Access Williams St., Clark St. or Bingley Rd. Trail / public recreation.
- Willow Patch* - (1986) Dike trail from Mill St. to Carpenter’s Pond. Wetland protection / recreation.
- Carpenter’s Pond* – (1987) Trail and benches at entrance to village center. Open space / recreation.
- Sherman’s Gulch* – (1991) 48 acres north of Burlingame Rd. on Old Grassy Lane. Forever wild / trail.
- Peggy’s Woods* – (1993) 42 acres wooded trails. Access off parking area on Burlingame Rd. Nature conservation / recreation.
- Hubbard Bequest* – (2004) 118 acres wooded trails. Access off parking area on Burlingame Rd. Conservation / recreation.
- Kings Field* – (1994) Wetland / successional forest straddles Chittenango Creek. Public fishing rights. Open space / recreation.
- Willow Place* – (1999) Access to Willow Patch trail. Open space.
- Gillette Lane – (2001, 2009) 26 acre wetland near residential area. Open space / wetland protection / education.
- South Trail* – (1999) 2.2 miles trail along old railroad bed from Ballina Rd. to New Woodstock. Public recreation.