Chris Clemens

Creator + Owner + Author = Chief Exploring Officer. Chris has been traveling back and forth across New York for years studying and discovering the tucked away gems of the state and chronicling the journey

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  1. Free Date Ideas In Rochester, NY (and within a 1 hour drive) - Mindfully Frugal Mom
    June 3, 2016 @ 10:54 am

    […] 5. Fairy Houses of Tinker Nature Park […]

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    • Charlene schultz
      August 14, 2017 @ 2:47 pm

      Can the public leave fairie8s on the property if not who removes them and how can you get them back. My grand daughter and I left a small fairy that was sitting on a chair we left it in a heart we made and came back 10 minutes later and it was gone.

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      • Chris Clemens
        August 14, 2017 @ 6:08 pm

        Hi Charlene.

        So, I’m not affiliated in any way with Tinker Nature Park, but according to a post made on their blog in 2016, they do not allow the public to leave any items to remain part of the trail. That post can be found here: http://tinkernaturepark.blogspot.com/2016/08/fairy-trail.html

        You’d probably do better to get in touch with the park directly and see what they do with items that have been left behind. Good luck!
        ~c

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  2. Discover Tinker Nature Park | Erie Station Village Apartments and Townhouses – Rochester, NY
    June 14, 2016 @ 1:19 pm

    […] At 68 acres, Tinker Nature Park isn’t Monroe County’s biggest park, but it might be a contender for its most magical. Its cobblestone Tinker Homestead Museum, built in 1830, has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The park contains a free and easily accessible outdoor labyrinth where more meditative types can take a physical or spiritual walk. If you look closely while strolling the trails, you can find the diminutive dwellings of a local fairy population. […]

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