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In 2007 the Town of Webster added 23 more acres of land to Webster’s Open Space Plan. The town purchased the land from Gene and Jeanne Midnight of Midnight Trail, Webster. The area is now known as the Midnight Trail.
The entrance to the Midnight Trail is within Webster Park. You can park at the parking lot at 999 Lake Road or at the Whiting Road Nature Preserve, 403 Whiting Rd (N43° 15.4792′, W077° 27.6115′), and walk east on the trail that connects from Whiting Road to Webster Park’s West Loop and the Mohawk lodge. Signs are posted to assist you.
Once you are on the Midnight Trail you will find wide paths that meander in a loop around primarily old beech wood growth. There are several interior trails that bring you to a picnic area (please, carry-in/carry-out your picnic trash). These multi-use trails are great for walking, running, biking, cross-country skiing, and snow shoeing. Cyclists should access the Midnight Trail via the road which starts at 999 Lake Road and goes south to the Mohawk Lodge and the Midnight Trail.
Terrain: Mostly level with a couple moderate slopes
Level of difficulty: Easy