Available for snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting and fishing are popular recreational activities in Stockton State Forest. While there are no designated hiking trails at Stockton State Forest, there is a snowmobile trail and gas well access roads that run through the property. One of the access roads, called Blackman Forest Road, is popular for hiking, biking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. If you are interested in using the snowmobile trail for an organized event, a permit is needed. Call the DEC office at 716.363.2052 for permit information.
Map of Stockton State Forest.
Hunting is allowed on the property; please abide by all game laws in effect through the DEC; more information can be obtained from your local DEC office by calling 716.363.2052. Stockton State Forest is located within Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 9J, which contains many diverse habitat conditions. Various roads provide good vehicle access and trails for foot travel.