The White Trail at Houghton Land Preserve in Corning, New York is an easy 0.5-mile one-way trail that runs along the northern edge of the park.
This track begins at the western-most trailhead, at the first trail junction along the Blue Trail. Hikers can follow the white blazes, hike past the Yellow Trail, and downhill toward the northern edge of the park. Just before the trail heads too far downhill, it heads east and follows a fairly-flat path before reaching the eastern terminus along the Yellow Trail.
Dogs are allowed and must be kept on a leash at all times. Their waste must be carried out by the hiker.
Hikers can find a large parking lot at the coordinates provided. There's enough room to fit about 15 vehicles.
The Houghton Land Preserve is open from dawn to dusk and is closed at night.
Prohibited No motor vehicles, bicycles, or horses on the preserve. No camping, fires, collecting, littering, dumping, alcohol, or target shooting.
Hunting is permitted here, so hikers should wear orange.