Take a hike! Our newest feature on The Rockfall Foundation's Off the Beaten Path blog takes you to the Scovill Trails in Middletown. With 3 trails accessed from the same parking lot, you get an amazing assortment of sites and terrain. Explore woodlands that emerge onto a beach, visit an abandoned beaver pond, traverse a 19th century quarry, and reach beautiful views with a glimpse of the Connecticut River. Learn more and find step-by-step instructions for these hikes on our blog: https://wp.me/paqKMt-3kT
The leaves have changed fast. The green foliage photos in this blog are from 9/16 and the fall foliage ones are from 9/29. Get outdoors and enjoy fall while it lasts!
|Quarry View High Trail|
|Northern Loop, Connecticut River|
|Northern Loop, Hubbard Brook|
|Southern Loop, abandoned beaver pond|
|Quarry View High Trail, remnants of quarry|
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The Rockfall Foundation supports environmental education and conservation in the Lower Connecticut
River Valley through public programs and grants. Founded in 1935, the Foundation is celebrating its 85th anniversary in 2020. As one of Connecticut’s oldest environmental organizations, it continues its mission set by founding philanthropist Colonel Clarence S. Wadsworth. In addition, The Rockfall Foundation operates the historic deKoven House Community Center, which offers meeting rooms and office space for non-profit organizations.