Roaring Brook Preserve

The trail goes beside Roaring Brook, a picturesque stream.
The trail goes beside Roaring Brook, a picturesque stream. Judy Benson/The Day

Roaring Brook Preserve

Town: Lyme

Directions: From I-95, take Exit 70 to Route 156 west (north) about 7.5 miles to left on Route 82 west; stay straight onto Route 148 west to right on Day Hill Road at the Hadlyme Hall. Preserve is just past hall on the left.

Where to Park: There is parking for a few cars near the entrance.

Description: Rufus Barringer Interpretive Trail is a loop of about .73 miles with numbered markers that correspond to natural features described in brochure available on Lyme Land Conservation Trust Web site.

Regulations: Dogs on leash allowed. No bicycles.

Amenities: None.

Natural Features: Portion of trail follows banks of Roaring Brook, a picturesque stream.

Fees: Free.

Good to know: Parts of trail can be steep and very wet, at times impassible.

Owned by: The Lyme Land Conservation Trust

More information: www.lymelandtrust.org

Each number on the trail corresponds to an explanatory section in the brochure.
Each number on the trail corresponds to an explanatory section in the brochure. Judy Benson/The Day
Towering white pines leave parts of the trail very shady.
Towering white pines leave parts of the trail very shady. Judy Benson/The Day
Judy Benson/The Day

View Roaring Brook Preserve in a larger map
Hide Comments

READER COMMENTS

Loading comments...
Hide Comments