Roosevelt Farm Lane
Roosevelt Farm Lane - Podcast Trail Tour
At one time the Roosevelt property encompassed over 1,500 acres of working farmland and forest. This trail winds you through woods FDR explored in his boyhood. Here he developed an appreciation for conservation and land stewardship that would become a cornerstone of his political philosophy. You’ll hike on woodland roads that FDR designed, and explore forest stands where some of the nearly half-million trees that he planted during his lifetime are still growing.
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Did You Know?
FDR named his Scottish Terrier Fala, "Murray the Outlaw of Fala Hill" in honor of an outlaw Roosevelt ancestor whose home was Fala Hill in Scotland.