June 29, 2022

Old Lyme Open Space Commission Requests Trail-Walkers Pay Special Attention While Lords Meadow Construction is Ongoing

In the interest of public safety and out of respect for private landowners, the Old Lyme Open Space Commission is asking that visitors use only this parking area at 33-1 Lords Meadow when accessing the Lay-Allen Preserve or the McCulloch Family Open Space. Photo submitted.

OLD LYME — The Old Lyme Open Space Commission owns a small parking area and connecting trail at 33-1 Lord’s Meadow that provides hiking access to the Old Lyme Land Trust’s Lay-Allen Preserve

Hikers interested in a longer walk can also access the McCulloch Family Open Space via this trail and the Land Trust Preserve.

There is active construction in the neighborhood underway on several nearby building lots.

The Open Space Commission asks that visitors only use the designated parking area in the interest of public safety and out of respect for private landowners. 

Visitors are also requested not to block the adjacent private driveway.

Comments

  1. Be careful in this area. We were startled by explosive blasting Friday afternoon while walking back to our car and we’re showered by debris.