Parks & Trails
In 1954, the Town of Lockport purchased 100 acres of pasture from the George Gallagher Farm. The intent was to quarry stone for use in the construction of new town roads, particularly that of a 1.5 mile stretch now known as Day Road. The stone, however, proved too soft for road construction and quarrying ceased. Since then, this setting with its lush nature, had laid dormant.
Desiring to share this natural treasure with area residents and visitors, in the spring of 2001, the Town of Lockport designated this land as the town's first park.
Miles of walking trails guide you through the natural beauty of the waterfalls, wildflowers and wooded areas. Treat all of your senses. Take in the soothing sounds of a running stream and waterfall. Whether a leisurely stroll or a vigorous hike, we hope you enjoy the Town of Lockport Nature Trail.