Orange Conservation Commission is hosting an Educational Walk at Turkey Hill Preserve on Saturday, June 3, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. (rain date is Sunday, June 4, same times). Noted naturalists Anthony Zimba and Michael Ross, will lead the walk.
The Preserve’s 376 acres are the largest open space site in Orange and offer a most varied experience for the visitor. The old growth core forest is dotted with ledges, ridges, vernal pools, gorges, steams, ponds and shallow waterways. It is populated by a wide variety of plant and wildlife. The hike includes a 100-foot hill that is steep but hikeable.
Please wear comfortable hiking shoes and bring water. Don’t forget the tick spray. Total Distance (miles): 1.6 miles
Turkey Hill Preserve is located at 700 Derby-Milford Road, Orange, CT.