Bring your binoculars… warblers and many other songbirds abound!

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Stone Hills Preserve

Laver and Gerloff Roads
Schwenksville, PA 19473
Darin Groff, Preserve Manager

Entrance: 4/10 mile west of Neiffer Road on Laver Road

Our 13-acre Stone Hills Preserve is a wooded, rocky ridge-top that is part of one of the largest contiguous woodlands in Montgomery County.


trails 0.43 miles of unpaved trails ranging from easy to moderate
Birds Birds include Kentucky Warbler, Northern Parula, American Redstart, Hooded Warbler, Magnolia Warbler, Scarlet Tanager, Ovenbird, and Baltimore Oriole
Animals Animals include red fox, wild turkey, wood and tree frogs, raccoon, eastern chipmunk, and eastern flying squirrel
Woodlands Woodlands with white oak, red ash, and tuliptree and ephemeral wildflowers such as spring-beauty, hepatica, trout-lily, and Virginia bluebell
Wetlands and streams Several vernal ponds and an unnamed tributary to Swamp Creek, which in turn runs to the Perkiomen Creek


Kiosk with preserve map located at the parking lot