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Lohmann Buck Twining Preserve

The land donated by John Lohmann of Old Lyme, the Twining Family Trust, and Edith Buck of Essex has 2,000 feet of frontage on the Lieutenant River, an important tributary of the Connecticut River.  The landowners also donated a conservation easement on the property to The Nature Conservancy. 

Also see article from Lymeline.com.

Directions. Take route 156 north to Riverview Drive (right hand turn). Park at the sharp bend of the road.

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Trail. The trail starts straight ahead from the parking area and goes up the knoll, then turns right and shortly thereafter left again, down the hill to the Lieutenant River at the south end of the preserve. The trail follows the edge of the marsh north for about 1200 feet then heads up an obvious bowl like ravine to the top of the ridge, where it turns south toward the start, passing a 50 foot side path to a fantastic overlook to the west along the way.

Steward. Hank Golet.
Please contact our steward if you have any questions, concerns or comments regarding this property or use our online Property Report Form.


Visitor Rules

The following applies to all properties owned and managed by OLCT:

  • No littering, always carry out what you carry in, please bring a bag to put your garbage in.
     

  • No ATVs (All Terrain Vehicles).
    Trails get beat up and might be dangerous for anyone else to use.
    More info...
     

  • All dogs/pets under your control at all times.
     

  • Stay on the trails and do not trespass on adjacent land.
     

  • Do not camp, start fires, mark trees or collect plants or mineral.

For more information please see our General Information A-Z section.

Let's take care of what we have got so we can enjoy it for a long time to come!

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