- Indian Point — A one-way .3-mile trail through the woods takes you to the end of a point with views of Union River and downtown.
- Birdsacre — Come to see rehabilitated owls, hawks, geese, and other birds, and then take a walk on the four or so miles of paths that are peppered with nature quotes and quirky trail signs.
- Woodlawn Museum — Another cultural attraction that also includes walking paths. After touring the old Black Mansion, you can walk the two miles or so of trails behind the estate.
- Jordan Homestead — This relatively small 31-acre preserve offers a lot of beauty.
- Branch Lake Public Forest — The city’s 240-acre public forest has well-marked trails that take you to the quiet shores of Branch Lake.
- Meadowbrook Forest — Like the nearby Surry Forest, you can go for a relatively lengthy walk, ski, bike ride, or run on former logging roads. The Blue Hill Heritage Trust has placed signs to direct visitors on a 5-mile loop.
- Ellsworth Trail — This paved 1.3-mile trail runs along train tracks and by the high school.
Map shows trails in Hancock County