Hiking Trails Property Fall

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Antrim Streamside has something for all nature lovers. Sight turtles, herons, bald eagles and deer as you wander the marked hiking trails on the property’s 250 acres of woods and fields. Hike the trails or just take a short drive over to Beaver Lake Farm, where we raise a variety of animals.


Beaver Lake Farm is a working livestock farm, and because of this, visits to the Farm are by appointment only. Generally, 48 hours notice is required. As part of our farm management program we're raising a small herd of cows, as well as a flock of sheep, with a focus on pasture regeneration. There were an abundance of animals on the farm last year and we need to let several of the pastures rest — allowing them to regenerate and produce more nutritious feed to be consumed by the next set of animals. Accordingly, farm tours at present tend to teach visitors the importance of pasture maintenance and proper grazing, as well as a discussion about the sheep and cows. Farm visits are not interactive animal experiences. If you'd like to plan a visit, please contact us at info@beaverlakefarmny.com or call us at (845) 747-0704.
Visit the Farm

We also have hiking books in each of the accommodations, which offer recommendations on other local hikes. There are many great options for the outdoor enthusiast! Contact us if you are interested in guided hikes.

Please note that in late November - early December our longer hiking trails close for approximately a three week period during rifle hunting season for deer in Sullivan County. We do not permit hunting on the property, but in an abundance of caution and concern for the safety of our guests, we do not permit hiking on trails other than our one mile loop at that time, and always advise our guests to wear blaze orange when outdoors.

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