Interactive Map of Preserves – learn more about this map
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All Avalonia preserves are open to the public from dawn to dusk. Many have trails, and maps are available online and usually posted on the preserve. To spare trees and avoid litter, we do not provide paper maps, but any mobile device will allow you to access a map from the website. Some preserves may have restrictions to protect fragile habitats or nesting species. These will be posted. Parking may be limited or on the roadside only, so please take care.
We ask that you enjoy passive recreation of all kinds, stay on trails as much as possible, and keep dogs on a leash to protect wildlife and habitats. Please review our VISITATION GUIDELINES here.
The following preserves are trailed and include maps and more details. Jump to town or scroll to browse all.
Hoffman Evergreen Preserve will be closed to the public for tree removal until further notice.
Route 201, approximately 2 miles north of CT Rte 184 just before North Stonington line. Roadside parking at signed trailhead. Mixed evergreen and hardwood forest. Some wetlands. Extensive trail network. preserve details / trail map
Part of a trail system and larger greenway of additional lands held by the Denison Society and the Pequotsepos Nature Center. It can be accessed from Maritime Drive or by walking in from the trail heads on Mistuxet Ave. or entrance by West Marine store. This property protects the Pequotsepos Brook and contains an old quarry and historic stone bridges. preserve details / trail map