Belding Bliss: A Scenic Nature Walk

Educational Walk Family-friendly Nature Walk

Sun. Jun 2

10:00 am


12:00 pm

1.5 miles

16 Open Spots

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Join us for a guided nature hike through Belding Wildlife Management Area, led by recent graduates of the James L. Goodwin Master Naturalist Program. Learn about the flora and fauna of the area as we make stops along a wildflower meadow and through a forest. This hike offers a chance to immerse yourself in nature’s beauty, gain insights into the local environment from knowledgeable guides, and network with other nature lovers.  Please leave pups at home.

Event Leader(s)

Elizabeth Merow

(860) 398-4527


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Meeting Location Details

3 Bread and Milk Rd, Vernon, CT

Parking is available in a parking area adjacent to Bread and Milk Road alongside the Wildflower meadow. We will meet at the pavilion next to the meadow. A portapotty is available.

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CFPA Blue-Blazed Hiking Trail

No Dogs Permitted