Owner: The Nature Conservancy

Lisha Kill Natural Area: The 135 acre sanctuary includes a mile long portion of the Lisha Kill stream valley and adjoining wooded highlands and ravines. A hiking trail, spanning 1.5 miles is littered with superb bird-watching opportunities and nature study. Flowing streams pass through the grooved bedrock, carving deep ravines through the pines forest. Snowshoeing is a popular seasonal activity during winter as well. Beware of poison ivy.

Lisha Kill Natural Area Trail Map:

Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed and curbed. No picnicking, camping, fires, firearms, hunting, trapping or fishing. No bicycles or motorized vehicles of any kind. Please do not disturb the wildlife or damage plants, rocks or minerals. Dogs must be leashed. Open year round dusk to dawn barring early spring, for risk of land erosion.