Eighteen Mile Creek Park is a 466-acre undeveloped park, that is defined by the two branches of Eighteen Mile Creek; the North Branch and South Branch. While the park's landscape character is dramatically marked by a 60' deep gorge cut by Eighteen Mile Creek, most of the park's land above the gorge and between the two branches of the creek is very flat. The park is generally tree-covered, with former farmlands reverting back to woodlands.
Recreation opportunities include forest hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing and trail explorations.
As a park with natural aquatic features, aquatic alerts of various types may have been issued. Be sure to check these sites below!
- For more information about preventing the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species: www.dec.ny.gov/animals/48221.html
- For more information on Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) visit: https://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/83310.html
- To learn more about Fish Consumption Advisories for Western New York, visit https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/outdoors/fish/health_advisories/regional/western.htm
Winter sports enthusiasts and families can spice up the cold winter months with snow activities including snow shoeing and hiking.
Camping, hunting, open fires, horseback riding, off road bicycling and motorized vehicles are prohibited on the Eighteen Mile Creek Park property. Dogs must be curbed and leashed at all times. Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry regulations apply.
The hours of operation are 7:00 AM- dusk.