The Greenberg Reserve

The Greenberg ReserveSituated across the street from our Center, its 96 acres are a living classroom, with meadow, wetlands and a wooded hillside.

The Norman and Selma Greenberg Conservation Reserve preserves 96 acres of open meadow, wetland and wooded hillside at the southern entrance to Bennington. Once a dairy farm, today it is a classroom for children and area college students. It is equally welcoming to area residents

A main trail cuts through an open meadow and across the wetland to link to main trails beyond.

The Trolley Line trail opens vistas over the wetland and up and down the valley of Vermont.

Woodland trails traverse distinctive forest stands to reveal artifacts from the time the hillside was intensively farmed.

Parking is available at the trailhead or across the road at the Center.

Trail Maps are available at the Center, in the mailbox of the parking lot. You may also use our interactive trail map here.

The Reserve is located on Route 7 South just 1.3 miles South of the center of Bennington. Click on the map below to get directions.

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