The Lodge – A Hike On A Historic Property
Sun. Jun 4
Enjoy a hike through a Woodbridge Land Trust property with deep historical roots described in detail in Ezra Stiles book published in 1794. The property named The Lodge was used by the Regicide Judges, Goffe and Whalley, in 1661, to avoid capture by the British agents loyal to King Charles I. The Lodge, also named Hatchet Harbor, once contained a crude shelter built by Goffe, and his father-in law, Whalley. One of the largest glacial erratics in CT will be observed on the walk.
Meeting Location Details
Parking lot at Elderslie Preserve
Click on the red map pin for the event address.
Leashed Dogs Permitted