Join the South Kingstown Land Trust for their August 3rd Thursday hike at Crawley Preserve!
The trails at Crawley Preserve pass though a beautiful upland forest of beech, oak and the occasional white pine. There are three well-marked and well-maintained trails on 99 acres straddling two towns: Richmond and South Kingstown, with most of the property (84.2 acres) in Richmond. The Preserve was acquired in 2003 as a joint project of the Richmond Rural Land Conservation Trust and South Kingston Land Trust and funded by the Town of South Kingstown and The Nature Conservancy.
For more information about Crawley Preserve or to find trail maps, please visit: http://www.sklt.org/land-we-protect/trail-maps/.
This event is free and suitable for all ages. Be sure to wear comfortable walking/hiking shoes! In the event of rain, check the South Kingstown Land Trust Facebook Page for updates.
Questions? Call 401-789-0962
Directions: From Route 1 southbound take exit for Route 110 (Ministerial Rd.). Follow Ministeral Rd. for 5.9 miles to a light at the interection of Route 138. Make a left and continue 3.3 miles to Upsquepaugh Rd. Turn right onto Old Usquepaugh Rd. and continue 0.1 mile, passing a stone dam on the right, then bear right onto Glen Rock Rd. Continue 0.3 mile to parking area on left.