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(photo courtesy of Rick Newton)

Town: Stonington
Year Preserved:
2007
Acres: 26.78
Lat.: 41°20’41.8″
Long.: 71°55’41.6″
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Upon Request of Resident: ROW Trail is Temporarily Closed due to COVID-19 Concerns. The Preserve remains open and accessible by water or private access.

Trail begins at bottom of driveway on the right hand side. Do not go up the private driveway. Follow Easement and trail signs around buildings and through field. Preserve trail head is at North end of field beyond gateway.

Parking on north shoulder of Route #1 at entrance to Darling Hill Farm (337-339 Stonington Road). Access to preserve is via a right of way on private property. Approximately 1 mile of trails. Wooded area with kettle hole pond, boulder moraine and frontage on east side of upper Quiambaug Cove. Kayak access.

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Knox Family Farm: By Hiking or Paddling

Note to hikers:

The Right of Way path is through a private yard. PLEASE note signage, remain within boundaries, stay away from animals and be respectful of homeowners.

Thank you.
Avalonia Land Conservancy

Message Regarding Coronavirus

Our trails remain open to the public, but we request that you avoid any gathering beyond immediate family and carefully observe social-distancing protocol. All public events are cancelled until at least April 15, and our office is closed.

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