Join us for Hiking in the Babcock Preserve on Thursday May 14, 2015
The Babcock Preserve is a 300-acre tract of forested land in Greenwich, north of the Merritt Parkway. It is the largest park in Greenwich and comprises several hiking trails over a relatively easy terrain. It was acquired by the Town of Greenwich in 1972, partially by gift, and partially by purchase from the Babcock Family.
Wives and significant others are welcome
Meeting Place and Time
We meet on Thursday, May 14 at 10am at the Babcock Preserve entrance.
The hike should be done by 12.30 and, for those interested, will be followed by beer and lunch at a nearby restaurant.
For any questions, please call Sunil Saksena on his cell at 203 561 8601, or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
From the south-bound Merritt Parkway take Exit 31 (North St). At the top of the exit ramp make a left turn on to North St-north. About half a mile down the road on the left will be the clearly marked entrance to Babcock Preserve. There is ample parking.