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Perfect for summertime wading: Glenville's Indian Kill Nature Preserve

Getting wet is all part of the hike at Glenville’s Indian Kill preserve.
Photographer: Kelly de la Rocha
Getting wet is all part of the hike at Glenville’s Indian Kill preserve.
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Read all the stories in the Summer Days series here. If lounging by the pool or running through the sprinkler is getting boring, on the next hot day head to the Indian Kill Nature Preserve in Glenville. The 100-acre natural area, accessible from Hetcheltown Road, follows the banks and bluffs of the Indian Kill, providing the ideal combination of stream and shade, waterfalls and wildflowers. The preserve’s pathways wind along the bluffs, through native hardwood ...

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