April 23, 2016
The Frenchtown Environmental Commission is sponsoring an Earth Day Hike at the Frenchtown Preserve on Saturday, April 23rd, 10 am to 12 noon.
The nature trail at Frenchtown Preserve is a hidden treasure for nature lovers, bird watchers and hikers of all ages. Several trails traverse the ravines, woods and fields of this 150-acre hidden treasure. Explore the cedar and hardwood forests abundant with birds like pileated woodpeckers and owls; hike to farm fields to see breathtaking views of the Delaware River.
We will meet at 10:00 am at the parking lot located on Horseshoe Bend Road for a 2-hour hike through the scenic Frenchtown Preserve. Frenchtown Preserve is on Horseshoe Bend Road off of Rt 12.
Please be advised to wear appropriate footwear and bring a water bottle. Leashed dogs are welcome!
Download a trail guide and learn more about the Frenchtown Preserve at:www.frenchtownboro.com/trails
Any questions, contact Frenchtown Environmental Commission Chair, Joel Boriek, via email: email@example.com