Rowland Hollow Creek Preserve
The Rowland Hollow Creek Preserve is a ~45 acre preserve with 3/4 mile of trails that meander through a wooded area that includes an overlook of Rowland Hollow Creek.
This preserve is part of an innovative conservation subdivision project in conjunction with the new Meadow Vista Estates development. A wooded trail system invites people to safely explore the preserve while the woodlands protect wildlife habitat and the water quality of Rowland Hollow Creek.
Project partners include Charlew Builders and the City of Saratoga Springs. The Rotary Club of Saratoga Springs provided funding for trail improvements, entryway, and signage built by PLAN staff, volunteers and contractors.
This preserve and trail are open to the public for nature study, walking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. Please carry out all your trash and leave only footprints. Dogs must be leashed and under control at all times; please clean up after your pet.
The following activities are NOT permitted on the preserve or trail:
- Cutting, digging, removing, or damaging any tree, shrub, flower, or plant;
- Hunting, trapping, removing, harassing, touching or feeding wildlife;
- Use of firearms, paint ball devices, or artificial light;
- Bicycles, horses, or motorized vehicles, snowmobiles, ATVs, etc.;
- Alcohol or illegal substances; and
- Camping or igniting fires.
Please follow the rules so that these resources can continue to be accessible to the community.
From Broadway in Saratoga Springs, travel west (left if coming from south, right if coming from north) onto West Avenue, turn onto Grand Avenue. The parking area for the Rowland Hollow Creek Preserve will be on the left of Grand Avenue, just past Round Table and Slade Roads.