Corbett's Glen is a 17.7 acre nature park in Penfield/Brighton and even though it’s still a little chilly out, it makes for a beautiful stroll. As you walk there is a railroad track President Abraham Lincoln's funeral train passed along in 1865 on its way to Illinois and a historic tunnel that was constructed by the New York Central Railroad in 1882. If you follow along Allens Creek, it flows over three small waterfalls and you can even hike up the cliff next to the creek to watch the sunset. There are some wooded trails off Old Penfield Road which eventually lead you to "the glen" and they are just as pretty to walk along. This is one of Penfield's hidden gems that we are lucky to have. Years ago a company was trying to have it paved and used for an industrial park. It makes me appreciate it that much more knowing that!