Ruins of 19th century barn confirm this land has been drawing people in for a very long time. A unique rock outcrop stands alone in the field over 25 feet high and is ideal for stargazing watching nature, and sitting by the fire amongst other activities. A path of approx. 2.3 miles loops around the woods and back to thr entrance. A steel wagon tire in the woods is evidence of the longtime use of the fields. Common practice for the first settlers was to burn the woods, sell the ash or potash and fund the home construction. Mutton was common then to let grade the fields which developed.
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Fishing hub with The Indian River lake system. Also close to the thousand islands and Alexandria Bay. Hike back to the woods if you desire something private and remote. Seasonal streams and rock outcrops make the terrain interesting.