Enhance your education with FLCC's East Hill campus. Used as an outdoor campus for camping, hiking, wildlife, and nature classes, East Hill provides you the opportunity to grow your outdoor learning and camping experiences while delivering you a quality education.
Explore East Hill
Partnered with the Finger Lakes Trail, East Hill, which received its land via donations from conservationist George Fraley and the Finger Lakes Land Trust, ensures permanent access through an easement to the High Tor Wildlife Management area in Naples.
Students can hike from East Hill to thousands of acres of state land where they'll learn about natural history, geology, and wildlife management in the Finger Lakes. It's possible one can hike from this campus all the way to the Appalachian Trail!
Experience the Field Station
Whether you're earning a conservation degree or taking a conservation class, East Hill provides you a valuable field station that will enrich your educational experience. It allows you to connect the outdoors to your degree and increases your knowledge on the many unique aspects conservation has to offer.
If you choose to take a class or pursue a degree in conservation, FLCC has many courses and programs to choose from that use East Hill as a field station including: