SUNY Broome’s Natural Areas span 125 acres, and feature 3.8 miles of well-marked trails that cross a variety of terrain. Open to both the campus community and the public, the land is a living laboratory for students – and also subject to continual improvements.
The public can access the trails at two community entrances: one near the top of Sunrise Drive in Dickinson, and the other behind BAGSAI. Look for the trail map posted at the information kiosks at these sites. There are also information kiosks by the Measured Mile entrance near the baseball field, and a path called Duane Whittaker’s Way on the hillside behind the Ice Center and Lot 14.
Walking, running and hiking are permitted, but dogs must be leashed. Hunting and motorized vehicles are prohibited, as is littering. Remember: If you bring it in, take it out with you!
- For the safety of your pet and enjoyment of all, dogs must be leashed. Please pick up after your dog.
- Use of trails is dawn to dusk only.
- Please do not litter – bring any trash out with you.
- No collection of any specimens.
- No fires, no camping, no bikes.
- No smoking / no alcohol.
- Please stay on marked trails.
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Broome County Dozen
The SUNY Broome Natural Area is part of the Broome County Dozen Hiking Challenge!