Description: Hilltop Hanover is a nice little jem to take a nice hour and a half trail walk on a Sunday morning with just enough up and down that you might break a little sweat.
Directions: This place is actually high budget compared to most other organizations. They actually have an informative website and directions at hilltophanoverfarm.org, make sure to check out their donations
Map: Download a map here. They have a map posted at 2 entrances, and a slot for where there are free maps, yet I’ve never actually seen a map in there – you’ll want to likely print one or memorize the one at the entrance, although this area is so small its really hard to get lost anyway.
Parking: There’s a stone lot just past the stand where they sell vegetables which will fit about 4 cars. Normally when I go on a Sunday there’s never been another car there. Although its likely much busier on Saturdays when they do U-Pick vegetables.
The farm itself is in the distance when coming up the hill
The guinea fowl were hiding this time, although I saw them last time.
One of the entrance maps
The pump house ruins
Like many other trails in this area, you’ll come along an old rock wall
You’ll come along a camp circle
At the end of the trails you’ll come along a pond. There are some benches along the side, you can sit along pond side and have your lunch if you packed something or picked up a fresh veggie.