Old Lyme Land Trust
Lyme, CT was established in 1667.
Old Lyme, CT was established in 1855.
Wrap your head around that fact and then spend some time poking around Old Lyme which certainly should be New Lyme. The town’s land trust has been around since 1966 and has acquired over 1,000 acres of land around the coastal town.
Much of Old Lyme is estuary and marshland, which makes it somewhat difficult to build to much new development there. And that’s good as far as hiking and boating opportunities go.
If linked, I’ve hiked it.
Belton Copp Preserve
Bob & Esther Heller Preserve
The Boggy Hole Preserve
Elizabeth B. Karter Watch Rock Preserve
The George & Woodward H. Griswold Preserve
The Goberis Chadwick Preserve
Hatchetts Hill Preserve
The Hoffman-Matthiessen-DeGerenday Preserve
The Jericho Preserve
John Lohmann CT River Preserve
The Lohmann Buck Twining Preserve
The Mile Creek Preserve
Upper Three Mile River Preserve
CTMQ’s Land Trust Trails Page