The Whites' Woods Nature Center is a 250-acre (1.0 km2) nature center in Indiana County, Pennsylvania.
It is publicly owned by White Township.
I took my dog walking here a few times before it got cold this year. I really enjoyed the walks with her. It didn't ever seem horribly wet out there even when I anticipated it would be. If you take some of the smaller trails, they can be poorly marked. I actually used Google maps to get me out the first time when I came to like a 4 way intersection and didn't know which trail was which. It is a very beautiful place with lots of wildlife to see. I'd definitely take her back. I just wish there was more parking at the 12th street entrance. It seems as though it could fill up quick on a nice hot day.
Beautiful place for hiking. Plenty of trails with a good workout. However, the trails are not marked very well. They do have a map posted here and there and occasional signs but that's about it for trail markings.
A beautiful piece of land for hiking, walking a dog, snowshoeing. The trails are only marked at intersections for the most part but there are maps at many of them.
It would be great if the trails were more clearly marked. Kind of difficult to navigate your first time without help. We couldn't find the cave, but it also could have been our fault.
Nice trails! Some of them are of moderate difficulty. People have made their own trails not on the map and some of the current trails are poorly marked. The trails do connect to the coop farm and college lodge, making a large loop.
Lots of trails to keep my dog happy and let him get out some energy.
Whites Woods is a great place to walk and hike and to get away from all of the noise. Very peaceful and clean area with lots of wildlife to see when it comes to bugs, salamanders, deer, various kinds of birds etc. I love going there to exercise and clear my head as well as bring friends to if they haven't been there yet.
What a nice little gem this is for your hikers and mountain bike riders. Though it is up for some local municipality thievery of trees. They plan on taking up to 50% of the trees which would destroy the canopy. Please help these people and their community