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Bartholomew Preserve

The nature preserve is perfect for meandering.
The nature preserve is perfect for meandering.

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Bartholomew Preserve
Town: Old Lyme
Directions: From I-95, take Exit 71. From either direction, take a left off of the ramp onto Fourmile River Road. At stop sign, bear right onto Rt. 156/Shore Rd. Follow Rt. 156 for about 3.7 miles, then turn right onto Buttonball Rd. The preserve is north of the narrow bridge over the railroad tracks.
Where to Park: Entrance has parking for about 3 cars on a grassy area.
Description: An easy loop trail of about a half mile through a nature preserve.
Regulations: Closed at sunset.
Amenities: None.
Natural Features: A bog bisects the property and a large flock of turkeys lives in the area.
Fees: Free.
Owned by: Town of Old Lyme
More information: (page 9 of PDF)


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