This tract is completely forested with a fantastic gravel access road that leads to a small opening near the road front and another at the end of the gravel road either of which is an ideal place to camp or park a camper to fully enjoy this interesting property. The forest is dominated by hemlock, cherry and soft maple along with other hardwood species. Deer and turkey sign here is abundant, no doubt that they enjoy the habitat diversity here as their evidence is consistent throughout the entire property.
The entire tract is listed on the NYS DEC maps as wetland. This is, however, a fully wooded wetland which is wet during the wettest parts of the year in pockets on the property and drier during the warmest part of the year. You can walk to all parts of the property and are not impeded by water as it is not a swamp! Timber was harvested across the entire property within the past few years which also shows how limited the “wetland” truly is here. More than 1 mile of frontage on Cassadaga Creek.