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Four Mile Creek Preserve (FMCP) consists of 72 acres purchased in 2004 by the Town of Webster under the open space referendum. The preserve features sections of Four Mile Creek and its major tributary Salt Creek, as well as 2.15 miles of trails with three bridges and multiple boardwalks. There are a variety of ecosystems such as old growth forest, succession forest, and wetlands. FMCP is designated for multi-use trails for low-impact activities such as walking, biking, snow shoeing, and cross-country skiing. Dogs are permitted on leash. Fishing is permitted (license required) in Four Mile Creek and Salt Creek. Motorized vehicles, fires, camping, firearms and trapping are prohibited.
The parking lot is at the corner of Phillips and Lake Roads, 160 Phillips Rd (N43° 15.8838′, W077° 25.2036′).
Fishing is permitted (license required) in Four Mile Creek and Salt Creek. Please refer to www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/fishing.html for specific details on obtaining a fishing license. Special Great Lakes Tributary regulations apply on Four Mile Creek. See www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/71612.html.
To report violations or concerns, please call 1-800-TIPP DEC (1-800-847-7332).