SElden Creek PreserveGuidelines for Trail Use
Wear bright clothing during hunting season mid-September through January.

My Town Trails App.  Never be lost again. The Town And Land Trust have teamed up with My Town Trails to provide an interactive map for mobile device users. Each preserve map displays all the trails in an aerial or road view with the ability to track your location on a trail. Let us know what you think.

ATTENTION DOG WALKERS: Coyotes share the woods. Please be mindful.
Dogs should be leashed or under close supervision at all times. The risk of a coyote attacking a person is extremely low. Please acquaint yourself with these tips from the CT DEEP if you are approached by a coyote: Living with Coyotes.  Please report coyote encounters:  Trail Report

Please download trail maps:
The Preserves in red are closed Monday through Friday during deer firearm hunting season the 3rd Wednesday in November until the 4th Tuesday in December, except to permitted hunters. If you are having trouble viewing or printing, download the maps to your computer and open with a pdf viewer (such as Adobe Reader or Acrobat).

Banningwood Preserve

Beebe Preserve

Chauncey Eno Preserve

Chestnut Hill Preserve

Chestnut Hill Preserve with Nehantic State Forest Trails

Goodwin Trail – Four Town Trail

Hartman Park (Lyme Corner Trails)

Honey Hill Preserve

Jewett Preserve

Lyme Corner Trails – Hartman Park, Walbridge Woodlands, and Young Preserve

Mount Archer Woods

Patrell Preserve

Pickwick’s Preserve

Pleasant Valley Preserve

Plimpton Preserve

Ravine Trail

River to Ridgetop Preserves (Pleasant Valley, Jewett, Mt Archer Woods, Eno, and Pickwick’s)

Roaring Brook Preserve

Selden-Ravine Trail

Sterling City Preserve

Walbridge Woodlands and Young Preserve (Lyme Corner Trails)

Please read more about all of our trails and properties here.

For Maps for Hunters and information about the hunting program, click here.

Photo of Selden Creek Preserve by Wendolyn Hill