Cuyler Hill State Forest

Cuyler Hill State Forest encompasses 5,507 acres and is located in the towns of Cuyler and Taylor on the Northeastern border of Cortland and Chenango County. It is a popular area for activities such as hunting, hiking, snowmobiling, fishing, camping, bird watching and nature viewing. Cuyler Hill State Forest currently has 8.5 miles of the Finger Lakes Hiking Trail, part of which runs through the 20 acre Cuyler Hill Natural Area. Approximately 12.5 miles of snowmobile trails cross the forest that are part of the New York State Corridor Trails 5C and 7A which provide snowmobile access between DeRuyter and Pitcher. It uses both town roads and public forest access roads.

The clear freshwater streams, of which there are fifteen, wind graciously through the trees totaling seven miles in length. Brook trout abound in most of them. Some of the sections of streams in the forest include Bundy Creek, Union Valley Creek, and Wells Creek, which are a part of the East Branch of the Tioughnioga and Ostelic River watersheds.

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Map: Cuyler Hill State Forest

Map: Cuyler Hill State Forest

Cuyler Hill State Forest encompasses 5,507 acres and is located in the towns of Cuyler and Taylor on the Northeastern border of Cortland and Chenango County. It is a popular area for activities such as hunting, hiking, snowmobiling, fishing, camping, bird watching and nature viewing. Cuyler Hill State Forest currently has 8.5 miles of the Finger Lakes Hiking Trail, part of which runs through the 20 acre Cuyler Hill Natural Area. Approximately 12.5 miles of snowmobile trails cross the forest that are part of the New York State Corridor Trails 5C and 7A which provide snowmobile access between DeRuyter and Pitcher. It uses both town roads and public forest access roads.

The clear freshwater streams, of which there are fifteen, wind graciously through the trees totaling seven miles in length. Brook trout abound in most of them. Some of the sections of streams in the forest include Bundy Creek, Union Valley Creek, and Wells Creek, which are a part of the East Branch of the Tioughnioga and Ostelic River watersheds.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/37028.html