Nestled in the woods just west of Elmira on Coleman Avenue, Tanglewood Nature Center allows visitors of all ages to explore the local flora and fauna and the beauty of our regions great outdoors.
Created in 1973, The Tanglewood Nature Center contains over ten miles of hiking trails through a variety of woodlands. Here visitors can try to spot some of the local wildlife that call Upstate New York home. In addition to its outdoor area, the center contains an impressive indoor museum that exhibits over 40 different animal species indigenous to the area.
From school groups to individuals, there is sure to be an activity that will capture the imagination at this unique stop on New York’s Path Through History.
Photos Courtesy of:
The Chemung County Historical Society