clc properties

The Columbia Land Conservancy owns and manages ten CLC properties throughout Columbia County. These sites are open daily, free of charge, from dawn to dusk.


Over a mile of wooded trails just outside the village of Chatham.

Drowned Lands

Stay close to the wetland or scale Old Croken at this remote Ancramdale site.


Over seven miles of trails (including over a mile of Access for All Trail) lead you through forests, along streams and to Hudson River and Catskill Views.

Hand Hollow

Take a kayak or canoe to Meizinger Lake or explore the forests along the Beaver Byway.


Quiet woodland trails lead to a small pond and along rocky ledges.

High Falls

Columbia County’s highest waterfall awaits in less than a mile of trail.


Rolling hills, Catskill views, and fishing on Sutherland Pond.


More than ten miles of trails and outstanding Catskill and Berkshire views.


Trails wind through the forest, along a fishing pond, and up a steep hill to views of Albany.

Siegel-Kline Kill

Grassy trails lead you through a meadow and to fishing access along a trout stream.

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