Wednesday, November 27, 2013


Saturday November 30, 2013
1:00 PM until 3:00 PM 

Work off some of those Thanksgiving calories with CLC's First Annual Post Thanksgiving Walk. We will explore Whipple Hill and the new trail improvement structures built this past summer. Wear sturdy hiking boots and bring a walking stick if you have one, as trails are steep. Lexington is a great place to explore and late fall is the best time of year.

Heavy rain or snow cancels the walk. Meet at the Winchester Drive entrance.

Hope to see you all there!

Lexington has over 1,300 acres of conservation land, including 26 conservation areas with trail access. This conservation land creates a patchwork of forests, fields, and wetlands that provides habitat for plants and wildlife and adds to the quality of life for Lexington residents.

On Lexington's conservation land, visitors find the opportunity to walk, jog, picnic, birdwatch, cross-country ski, bicycle, and garden. Over 50 miles of trails cross our conservation land, many with boardwalks over wet areas.

Volunteers of the Lexington Conservation Stewards help to care for Lexington's conservation land and keep the trails open for everyone to enjoy.

More information about Lexington's Conservation areas can be found below:
Conservation Areas Maps >>

Walking your Dog on Conservation Land >>

Community Gardens>>
Open Space and Recreation Plan >>

Conservation Trust Funds >>

Conservation Land Regulations >>

ACROSS Lexington>>

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