(photo courtesy of Beth Sullivan)

Town: Stonington
Year Preserved:
2003
Acres: 62.16
Lat.: 41°21’28.6″
Long.: 71°54’13.3″
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This preserve is located in the Town of Stonington, Connecticut, on the west side of North Main Street. The entrance to the preserve with a gravel parking area is located on North Main Street approximately 1/2 mile north of Route 1.

The preserve offers diverse terrain ranging from a heavily wooded glacial valley in the northern portion to a salt marsh on a tidal cove at the southern edge. Other distinguishing features include many glacial erratics, large trees, a white pine grove, wetlands crossed by bridges, and a cultivated field.