Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge - Hiking
Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge was established in December 2008 for the conservation of migratory birds and federal trust species. Once a golf course, Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge near Stroudsburg is now a haven for birds, butterflies, bees and other pollinators. The 193-acre preserve has kept the former cart-paths to form two walking loops, making for good footing and easy (though hilly) walking. Varied terrain, lots of views, and several miles of hiking options. The trails are hard gravel and well-groomed, with switchbacks, hills, and a gazebo at the highest point. Maps are available in the kiosk near the parking area.