The Canoe River Lands Preserve is on Red Mill Road, a dirt road between 55 and 75 Newland Street, across the road from Newland Cemetery. Park on the dirt road before the gate and proceed down the road by foot to find our trails.
Following the dirt road you will find the Canoe River. From the bridge you can see a former millpond, now eutropified and overtaken by reeds that red-winged blackbirds will sing from the tops of in the summer. Just before the bridge, you can head north, up through woodlands to find an old quarry. Pass the bridge, and you can trace south along the river to find amphibians hiding in the summer, and silent solace in the winter. Glaciers once ran through this land and formed the esker you will find yourself walking along on the Easton side of this trail.
Over 2 miles with fair elevation changes over terrain that can be quite loose and uneven.