Take a hike on the Kenneth J. Lehman Nature Trails to experience nature’s beauty.
- More than 3 miles of maintained hiking and cross-country skiing trails, which span more 100 acres on the college’s Sidney campus and the Stanton State Game Area.
- A variety of hikes, which take 20 to 45 minutes to complete.
- Self-guided tour maps at trail entrances, which include descriptions of trees, flowers, wildlife and other vegetation found along the trails.
- More than 70 numbered markers to guide visitors.
- Wetlands and two freshwater lakes – North Twin Lake and South Twin Lake – which offer habitat for a variety of animals.
- A dock on South Twin Lake offers visitors a place to enjoy the scenery.
- A vernal pond along the White Tail Trail offers breeding habitats for many invertebrates and several vertebrates in the spring, including spring peepers, wood frogs and blue spotted salamanders.
- White-tail deer, birds and other wildlife.
- An outdoor classroom. Use of the outdoor classroom is free, but should be scheduled two weeks in advance. Please contact Administrative Services Assistant Julie Stockwell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-328-1222.
- Bluebird, duck and bat houses.
- A prairie restoration project.