McKinney National Wildlife Refuge Salt Meadow Unit

Westbrook, Connecticut

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From the parking area, turn left and follow the universally accessible treadway past bird feeders and two handsome stone structures that were once the home of Esther Lape—the donor of the property—and are now refuge headquarters, to a covered kiosk where a trail map is posted. To begin the hike, backtrack 20 feet to a grassy path and turn right. Continue straight toward the brushy field ahead, rather than turning at the bench.

McKinney National Wildlife Refuge (Salt Meadow Unit) Professional Review and Guide

"From the parking area, turn left and follow the universally accessible treadway past bird feeders and two handsome stone structures that were once the home of Esther Lape—the donor of the property—and are now refuge headquarters, to a covered kiosk where a trail map is posted. To begin the hike, backtrack 20 feet to a grassy path and turn right. Continue straight toward the brushy field ahead, rather than turning at the bench."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Westbrook
Distance: 1.1
Elevation Gain: 100 feet
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 2.0 hours
Accessibility: Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Salt Meadow National Wildlife Refuge

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Jun 2018