Settlers Hill Natural Area

The Settlers Hill Natural Area is a preserved open space area containing a multi-use trail of approximately one mile in length located in the Town of Clifton Park.  This trail system extends throughout the Settlers Hill residential development and it is under the jurisdiction of the Settlers Hill Park District.

Beginning at either access point off Addison Way or Fairhill Road, these two access paths will intersect and then this trail heads west across Moe Road before generally heading south and terminating at Wildflower Drive.

There are three access points along this trail; each offers the possibility of parking along the side of a residential street.  There are no designated parking areas.

  1. Addison Way
  2. Fairhill Road
  3. Wallflower Drive

This trail is wheelchair accessible.  Trail surface is asphalt.

View the trail map.

Some views along this trail system –

Looking N’ly from just N of Fairhill Road

Looking WNW’ly at intersection with access from Addison Way (Fitness Area on right at intersection)

Looking SSE’ly from just S of Addison Way

Looking S’ly at intersection with access from Fairhill Road (Fitness Area on left at intersection)

Looking W’ly from intersection of both access paths

Looking WNW’ly (water tower on right)

Looking WSW’ly toward Miller Road

Looking SSW’ly along trail parallel with Miller Road

Looking SW’ly toward Wallflower Drive

View my wildflower field guide for this trail system.  If you wish to download a copy to your smartphone or tablet for trailside use, simply scan this quick read bar code: