Please see our Baby/Injured Wildlife page for more information.
LEASHED dogs are permitted on the Greenway Trail between Asbury Park and Brown’s Farm only. Dogs are not permitted on the east side of Asbury Road where the Nature Center is located. Please pick up after your pet. All trail users are asked to help keep the trails clean and high quality.
Trails are open year round during daylight hours
Picnicking is welcomed at Asbury Woods, but we ask that you respect our need to use some of these spaces for educational programming. There are picnic tables located behind the Nature Center, a gazebo on the boardwalk, and other open grassy spaces on the property. The picnic shelter is often used for summer camps and programming, but the opportunity to rent that space for larger picnics is available when it is not in use.
This behavior usually occurs during mating season and should stop quickly after it has begun. The bird thinks it is seeing another bird of the same species and sex and is trying to defend its territory. Try hanging something over the window to break up the reflection – such as pieces of yarn or a sheet of newspaper.
Birds may see only the reflection of the sky or trees in your window, rather than the glass barrier. Screens or blinds may help, but a silhouette shape of a hawk that you can make or purchase may discourage many birds
Asbury Barn on Asbury Road is operated by the Millcreek Township Parks and Recreation Department. To inquire about reserving the barn please call: 814-835-4122.
There are no trails to get to Buttermilk Falls. Buttermilk falls is located on Private Property off of Asbury Woods property, but it can be accessed by walking upstream in Walnut Creek from the Greenway Trail.