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Hike At Chapman Mill Pond

Family-friendly Hike Nature Walk

Sat. Jun 4

10:00 am

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11:45 am

less than 2.5 miles

Closed

The Westbrook Conservation Commission is leading a nature walk/hike at Chapman Mill Pond this year for Connecticut Trails Day! Please join us for a family-friendly, mostly flat hike, with one or two inclines/hills, just under 2.5 miles long. We recommend wearing sturdy shoes as there are parts of the trail with rocks and roots. There will be opportunities for nature photography, plant/tree identification, and vernal pool education.

Event Leader(s)

Molly Bernstein

(860) 395-9892

mollyeb.evergreen@gmail.com

Heidi Wallace

(860) 399-3017

hwallace@westbrookct.us

Organization Partners

Meeting Location Details

From I-95 Exit 64, go south on CT-145 and take a right onto Old Clinton Road. Chapman Mill Pond Road will be on the right-hand side in 0.3 miles. Follow the road all the way down to the parking area. From I-95 Exit 64, go north 0.8 miles on CT-145, parking area is on the left. Watch for Chapman Mill Pond Trail signs on the West _41°side of CT-145. There will be two options for parking. The Town’s parking lot is located on CT-145/Horse Hill RD (holds up to 6 vehicles) and the State’s parking lot is at the end of Chapman Mill Pond RD (holds 10-12 vehicles). We will meet in the grassy field at the Chapman Mill Pond RD parking area at 10:00 AM. The parking lots are about a two-mile drive from each other. If you park at CT-145/Horse Hill RD, plan to carpool to the Chapman Mill Pond RD parking area. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can hike to our meeting spot from CT-145/Horse Hill RD lot: Take the white-marked trail to the bottom of the slope, then take a left on the blue-marked trail. When you reach the bend that has you facing the Pond, take a left and walk towards the field. *This option takes about 10 minutes to walk and is about ½ mile distance. Please plan your arrival time accordingly! Contact Molly Bernstein for help with directions.

Click on the red map pin for the event address.

Great Park Pursuit Event

Leashed Dogs Permitted