White Brook Nature Center

White Brook Nature Center

The Parks Department operates 15 diverse parks and trails throughout the Town of Perinton. The various parks feature a wide variety of fields, courts, open space, buildings, shelters, and other amenities. We work closely with the Crescent Trail Hiking Association to administer a vast network – about 35 miles – of hiking trails. 

During the summer months and throughout the hiking season, we will feature parks and trails on our Social Media pages. Today we visit the White Brook Nature Area.

White Brook Nature Area The main access point to White Brook Nature Area is located off of Aldrich Road in the southeast quadrant of Perinton. This is one of the town’s most popular open space areas. The Nature Center building provides a hub for visitors and is used for nature education programs for children. It is a very popular indoor space, which is available for use by all and can be reserved for special events. The extensive trails located in this area serve many families for favorite hikes and nature walks. 

Amenities Include:

  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Grills
  • Heat
  • Hiking/Trails
  • Hunting
  • Nature Area
  • Restrooms
  • Shelters