Lime Hollow Center for Environment and Culture is off SR 281, then 2 mi. w. to 338 McLean Rd. This 431-acre wildlife sanctuary comprises forests, meadows, ponds, streams and peat bogs—habitats that are home to more than 200 bird species and some 800 plant varieties. More than 12 miles of nature trails include an art trail and a 3-mile cross-country skiing and snowshoeing course. A trail with easy access for the physically impaired features a wetland viewing platform. A visitor center has interactive natural exhibits.
Picnicking is permitted.
Hours: Grounds and trails open daily dawn-dusk. Visitor center Tues.-Fri. 9-5, Sat. noon-4 (also Mon. by appointment). Visitor center closed Easter, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 24-Jan. 2.