Hunters Creek Park is an Erie County owned Conservation Park. It holds 750 acres and approx. 20 miles of well-marked trails. It contains a deep gorge, ravines, a shale bottom creek, open meadows and ancient and second growth forests.
The park is best suited for those looking to spend a day out in the woods, as there is much to explore and wildlife to observe. This park was created for use an area for nature study and passive recreation. If you do visit the park keep this in mind and do not disturb or deface the wildlife and fauna.
The difficulty of this park for hiking, skiing and snowshoeing is easy to moderately difficult. However, it is considered to be a difficult park for biking and not recommended for those new to mountain biking. The trails are uneven, contain natural obstacles and can be steep.
Visiting the park during wet weather conditions is also not recommended. Trails are easily eroded and may be damaged with use when wet.
From Rt. 90 NYS Thruway, take exit #54 onto Rt. 400 South.
Continue on Rt. 400 for about 13 miles.
Take the exit, East Aurora/ Rt. 78 onto E.Main St./Rt. 20A for about 1 mile.
Turn right onto Reiter Rd..
After 2.3 miles turn left onto Centerline Rd.(CR-175).
Drive for about .5 miles and there will be a parking lot off Centerline Rd. with access to the park.
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