Berkeley Forests also has some self-guided tour options. Blodgett Forest Research Station is home to the Trail of Epiphany, a three mile tour through the various management alternatives and research done at Blodgett Forest and beyond! Visitors can read signs as they hike to learn about the research that goes on at Blodgett, the flora and fauna of the forest, Blodgett history, and more. Visiting Blodgett is a great way to see forest stands being managed using a variety of techniques and witness firsthand how these methods can improve forest health and fire resiliency.
Note that the Blodgett gate closes at 4:00PM. The main office is open from 7:30AM-4:00PM Monday-Friday. If you have any questions, please contact Ariel Roughton, Forester and Berkeley Forests Manager, at email@example.com.