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Western New York Outdoors
A Parks and Recreation Guide to locations for outdoor adventures in WNY.

Tillman Road
Wildlife Management Area in the Town of Clarence, Erie County.


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Birding in WNY

Description:

This NYS DEC Region 9 wetland area is southwest of the village of Clarence along Shisler Road and Tillman Road.

There is parking on Bergtold Road and Tillman Road with access to trails for viewing nature, hiking and cross country skiing.  A boardwalk and viewing platform at the Bergtold entrance allows observation of migrating waterfowl in the swampy marsh.  Fishing is allowed in the ponds and Ransom Creek, which flows into the NYS Barge Canal.

Asa Ransom was one of the first settlers in the early 1800's who built a sawmill here.  Acquired in 1977 by NYS.

Maps:

Tillman Road map


 

Images:  Click on a thumbnail pic to enlarge the image.

Parking, Boardwalk and Trails

Access off Bergtold Road to the swamp.

Tillman Road WMA

Wildlife Management Area between Bergtold Road on the north, Shisler Road on the west, and Tillman Road.

Tillman Road

Forest and wetlands south of Tillman Road.

Other Related Sites:

Asa Ransom House
NYS DEC - Tillman Road WMA and public use rules.
Town of Clarence

 


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