Woodlands Campus

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The Woodlands Campus has become an extremely valuable educational resource for Keystone students, proving a perfect area for a variety of scientific and environmental studies. Few colleges in the nation offer students such a pristine natural environment for education and recreation.

The 170-acre Woodlands campus complex at Keystone College contains roughly 7 miles of hiking trails. The trails are open seven days a week from dawn until dusk, and are reserved for foot traffic only. Bikes, ATVs, and horses are strictly prohibited.

Guides and Maps are available for print by clicking on the links below:

Guides and information are also available at Lackawanna Hall
Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm.

Professor Howard Jennings Nature Preserve
Keystone has established the Professor Howard Jennings Nature Preserve to honor the years of dedication of Professor Howard Jennings. The College dedicated a portion of its beautiful Woodlands campus as a nature preserve and it will not be developed in any way. The area’s scenic beauty, with its streams, hiking trails, and forests will be preserved and protected for years to come for the benefit of the entire community.

Read More in the Keystonian (PDF)


Hike Safely

Keystone College encourages students and guests to enjoy the Woodlands Campus Highlights while practicing proper hiking safety by staying on designated trails. Be sure to wear proper shoes and watch for ticks and other biting insects, in addition to poison ivy, which can be found through out the trails. Finally, as you enjoy your trek through the Woodlands Campus, remember to take only photos and leave only footprints.