Kashong Conservation area is 84 acres of land run by the Finger Lakes Land Trust. It was previously owned by Polly Spedding and her husband, who donated the land to the the town of Geneva in 2008 by working with the Land Trust. The Town of Geneva created this preserve to promote quiet recreation and education, allowing people to hike, walk, run or just spend time in nature.
The land was farmed up until 25 years ago, and today the acreage is in various stages of reforestation. There are trails, fields, wooded areas, a gully and a stream that runs into Seneca Lake. The land is managed solely as a public conservation area.