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The Wilderness Center–East Trails
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About East Trails
There are three trails on the east side of Alabama Avenue. Park in the lot on the west side of Alabama Avenue and access the trails by crossing the road.
+ Sigrist Woods Trail – .75 miles
+ Fox Creek Trail – .75 miles
+ Sugarcreek Trail – 1 mile
From The Wilderness Center trail map

About The Wilderness Center
This 619-acre site has six trails with several connecting routes. On the trails, you can see old growth forest, meadows, prairie, wetlands, Fox and Sugar Creeks, Wilderness Lake and a pond. You can wander through nature for hours. The Headquarters includes the Center’s Interpretive Building, Astronomy Education Building, Picnic Shelters, Viewing Tower and much more.
From The Wilderness Center website

Restrooms on site. One entered from outside near the back of the nature center, inside facilities are on the second floor and handicapped-accessible by elevator.