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Walk The Locks And Open House At Lock 14, Farmington Canal Heritage Trail

Dog-friendly Educational Walk Family-friendly

Sat. Jun 1

11:00 am

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01:00 pm

0-6 miles

Open Event

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Annual Open House and Walk the Locks in celebration of National Trails Day. Begin at the restored Keeper’s House at Lock 14 in Hamden, where you can pick up a trail map, trail mix, and a drink and view an exhibit of the former canal and railroad. You can stay at the Lock Keeper’s house, or proceed up to Lock 12 in Hamden where there is an exhibit of the actual lock. 3 miles one way, or 6 round trip. Bike or walk or stroll as far as you want.

Event Leader(s)

Lisa Fernandez

(203) 654-1795

lofernande@gmail.com

Rain Date

June 2nd

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Meeting Location Details

3908 Whitney Avenue, Hamden, Connecticut

Park on the grass in front of the Lock Keeper’s house. Great for families. Wheel chair accessible. You can walk up to Lock 12 in Cheshire and back, 6 miles round trip.

Click on the red map pin for the event address.

Families In The Park (Formerly Great Park Pursuit)

Leashed Dogs Permitted

Wheelchair accessible