Join us for a fun all-ages exploratory hike on a wooded trail to a small cave and a beautiful pond. We will look at the latest beaver activity and wind our way back through a lovely forest with interesting moss-covered boulders to climb on. We will spend time exploring whatever piques our interest and play a game or two. All ages are welcome, as long as they can walk the full distance (or you have a backpack to carry them.) We will still hike in light rain, but this event will be cancelled if conditions are deemed to be unsafe. Led by Lisa Liesener of Everyone Outside and in conjunction with Middlesex Land Trust. Meeting point is the gravel parking lot at the south end of Cream Pot Rd., Durham. See Google map for directions.
This outing is part of Connecticut Trails Day — the huge statewide two-day weekend event with over 220 hikes, nature walks, paddles, and more all across CT, June 1-2. Hikes range from long to short, easy to hard. The event is part of National Trails Day, and is coordinated by our partner: the CT Forest and Park Association. Outings in 118+ other CT towns statewide are also part of that event at: