Trail Map

The TCNP’s 5 trails provide plenty of opportunity for recreation, exercise, research, and education. Information about the trails, including difficulty, length, and what user group each trail is open to is provided at any of the Kiosk (i) located within the Preserve. The trails can be hiked individually, or can be combined into one long connected trail through use of the paved access road that traverses the Preserve.

TCNP Trail Map_2016_1

Admission to Turkey Creek Nature Preserve is always FREE, but maintaining it is NOT! Please visit our support page to learn how you can help keep TCNP open.

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7 thoughts on “Trail Map

  1. We hiked the Hamby Hollow and the Thompson Trace trails today. What a beautiful beautiful hike!!! Can’t say enough good things. Will definitely plan to do these hikes regularly! Would love more information on becoming a volunteer.

    1. Thank you so much for sharing! It is always great to hear back from visitors who appreciate the hard work we have put into the Preserve (it even provides encouragement to do more!). It would be wonderful to have you out as a volunteer. Please send me an email at cyeager@bsc.edu and we can work out the details to get you started!

      Thank you so much!
      Charles Yeager
      Manager, Turkey Creek Nature Preserve

  2. Is access and starting points for the trails through the same entrance/location as you
    use for the summer sitting in and floating in
    the creek? Kinda new to the area but visited
    the area briefly last summer for the water activities and just recently learned about the
    hiking trails and interested in where to go to get started on the trails. Thx.

  3. Do one of the trails have a cave on or near it? I’m doing a prom proposal and it would be spectacular if there was one.

    1. Raven, I’m sorry but there is no cave accessible at TCNP. However, our newest trail has some beautiful overlooks of the creek, which should provide a spectacular backdrop for your needs.

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