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Explore The Tri-Town Trail

Family-friendly Nature Walk Trail Maintenance

Sat. Jun 1

10:00 am

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12:00 pm

4.1 miles

Open Event

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Join us for a relatively easy out and back leaving from the trailhead/parking lot across from Preston Park. Come check out the Northern Section of the TTT, as we meander along the serene Joe Clark Brook and past historical sites such as the Spicer Ruins. When the trail is complete, this trail will be a 14-mile recreational trail through a natural, scenic valley that connects Bluff Point State Park in Groton through Ledyard to Preston.

Event Leader(s)

Kevin DiFilippo

(860) 961-1554

Bigredfarmhouse@gmail.com

Rain Date

None

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Meeting Location Details

Rt 117, Preston, CT

To access the trail, park in the field on Route 117 in Preston directly across from Preston Community Park. We will meet in the parking lot by the trailhead sign, across the street from the Preston Community Park.

Click on the red map pin for the event address.

Families In The Park (Formerly Great Park Pursuit)

Leashed Dogs Permitted