As part of Connecticut Forest & Park’s CT Trails Day, the North Stonington Citizens Land Alliance is hosting a Nature Walk on its 31 acre Samuel Cote Preserve on Clarks Falls Rd. in North Stonington, CT. The details can be found below and also in the CT Forest & Park brochure, found at libraries in various towns.
Hayfield in autumn-Samuel Cote Preserve
Laneway to Trails
Hay and Corn fields at Samuel Cote Preserve-late summer
Spalding Pond-viewpoint off River Road Trail
DETAILS OF WALK
Samuel Cote Preserve, North Stonington CT
Sunday, June 7
10:00am – 12:00pm
The Samuel Cote Preserve is open to the public during daylight hours year round.
Enter the driveway at 32 Clarks Falls Rd. and proceed to the Parking Area on the left, past the stonewall. Join us for a walk through this lovely preserve where we will see a pine forest, hayfields and cornfields and the shore along Spalding Pond. This is a great walk for families with small children, birders and those who want a peaceful day outdoors.
Leader: Betty Perkowski
Leader’s Phone Number: 860-535-2178
Land Alliance email: email@example.com
Total Distance : about 1.0 mile
Meeting Place: Drive down the laneway at 32 Clarks Falls Rd. North Stonington CT 06359 Drive past the hayfield and stonewall. Parking is on the left.