September 17, 2019

Lyme Land Trust Introduces NaturePlace Self-guided Trail Today, CT Trails Day

A view of the Lyme Land Trust’s Banningwood Preserve, where the NaturePlace Self-guided Trail will be opened on Saturday.

On Saturday, June 1, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., join the Lyme Land Trust for the opening of the NaturePlace Self-guided Trail, which highlights the fascinating ecology, history and geology at the Lyme Land Trust’s Banningwood Preserve. A new map and brochure will provide details about the interpretive trail, which is designed to engage curious hikers of all ages and interests.

NaturePlace is an outdoor education space inspired by the vision of Diana and Parker Lord.

Lyme Land Trust Directors and environmentalists Regan Stacey and Wendolyn Hill will guide the group through the stations on the tour with the assistance of Parker Lord, history enthusiast.

Reservations are appreciated at

Inclement weather cancels.

Directions: 41°25’25.11″N 72°24’07.49″W, Banningwood Preserve, Town Street (Rte. 82), Lyme CT. About one quarter mile north of Hadlyme Four Corners (the intersection of Brush Hill Rd, Rte. 82, and Rte. 148).


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