In 1996, The Nature Conservancy and its partners established the Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park as a special community based conservation program — a balance between people, community and habitat.
There are approximately ten miles of trails open to the public in the Town of Wilton for a variety of non-motorized uses. Each location offers it's own environmental benefits for public enjoyment. Residents should feel free to explore and enjoy the many benefits of these locations.
Beautiful Delegan Pond is located in Camp Saratoga on Scout Road. Hiking and fishing are a favorite at this location. Bring your poles and a lunch and enjoy a day with your family at Camp Saratoga!
Climb an authentic fire tower and view a replica fire observer’s cabin without having to climb a mountain! Get a treetop view of Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park. Cornell Hill Fire Tower is located at Camp Saratoga in Wilton, 93 Scout Road Wilton, NY 12831
In this Adirondack Cottage Gen. Ulysses S. Grant died of throat cancer on July 23, 1885. He had arrived at the cottage from New York City on June 16, 1885, with his family, servants, and doctors; he was able to complete his memoirs in the short time he had left.