Explore The Shore!
Sun. Jun 4
40 Open Spots
This preserve is the result of human disturbance and the resilience of nature. The upland, created by filling, evolved into a grassland and a small woodland dominated by tall cottonwood trees, almost all the result of natural seed dispersion. The tidal wetland and dune area accreted (grew by accumulation) over the 50 years since I-95 was constructed. At low tide, the preserve is approximately 15 acres, from mud flat to dune to salt marsh to upland. A loop trail connects the shore and upland area, and also connects to the historic City Point neighborhood.
Meeting Location Details
Access on the Sound School side where there is ample parking near Bayview park. Location 60 S Water Street New Haven, CT Please note: parking may be limited as we are participating in a Waterfront Festival that day. Walk will start at the Schooner table located near the entrance to the Foote Building at the Sound School.
Click on the red map pin for the event address.
No Dogs Permitted