Trails open 7 days a week during daylight hours.
Trails are available for
hiking, nature walks,
horse and bike riding.
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Museum Tours Available
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Living Farm Heritage Museum
The Living Farm Heritage Museum hosts approximately 6 miles of nature trails. Available for hiking, biking, horse back riding, picnics, educational walks and a host of other outdoor fun.
Our nature trails navigate through a combination of grassy fields, wooded forest land and rolling hills. You can stop at a number of rest destinations to relax while you catch your breath or spend some time reading a book or just taking in the beautiful scenery that is a part of our Museum's overall experience.
Each trail head location is marked by a kiosk sign. Additional signs can be found along the way that will provide interesting tidbits of information about plants and wildlife found in a natural rural setting.
Hours and cost of Use
Parking is available for vehicles as well as horse trailers at several locations along the nature trail depending on your desired trail route. A Trail head kiosk will mark a parking location. Nature trail use parking is only allowed in designated areas.
Trail Use Rules
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For information about Nature Trail Etiquette and Safety Guidelines Click Here
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To view Nature Trail Pictures
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FARM HERITAGE MUSEUM
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