Millennium Trail (13.75 mi)

Please register at the Visitor Center or the trail head upon beginning the Millennium Trail. The Halfway point of the trail is located off Paul’s Point Loop (see map). The Millennium Trail is Bernheim’s longest trail and is recommended for experienced hikers only. It winds through ridges of oak-hickory forests… Read More

Jackson-Yoe Loop (2 mi)

Jackson-Yoe loop crosses diverse lowland and upland terrain, within a oak-hickory forest. Named for two families that lived in the area in the 1800’s, the trail includes the Jackson family cemetery. This difficult trail has some steep sections and can get slippery in wet conditions.

Elm Lick Trail (5 mi)

The Elm Lick Trail takes you on a journey across the Elm Lick Watershed through many types of landscapes. This difficult trail has several steep sections and stream crossings and weaves through grasslands, valleys, oak-hickory and beech-maple forests, and an old homesite.

Knob Top Trail (.5 mi)

Knob Top trail serves as a connector between Lake Nevin Loop and Two Ponds Loop, and provides access to Bernheim’s crabapple and maple collections. This hike to the top of Inspiration Knob provides a panoramic view of Lake Nevin. The trail features a gradual climb with some obstacles.