Address:  Taunton Hill Road
Donors:  James & Helen Brunot,
Joan Moore Southworth and Aubret Justis
Acres Owned by NFA: 76 (1 of which is in Bethel)

Parking and access:  Limited
Trails:Walking and Equestrian Use Only

ABSOLUTELY NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES ALLOWED
ON THIS OR ANY NFA PROPERTY

The entrance from Taunton Hill road would never let on
the beautiful meadow that awaits after walking through
the woods over some rolling hills.  Although no trails
take you out to the northly most section of this property
it does continue out to Plum Tree Road.

To the west the property will take you in and out of
Bethel.

2011 Trail Map & Geocaching Coordinates

Historical Trail Book - TRAIL MAP









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Brunot Preserve
Newtown Forest Association
Connecticut's Oldest Private Land Trust
DISCLAIMERS & PRIVACY POLICY
DIRECTIONS:
From intersection of RT 25 & RT 302.  Turn onto RT 302 toward Bethel.  Turn right @ traffic light onto Taunton Hill Road.  Continue
approximately 0.8 miles and park at NFA sign on left hand side of the road.

From flag pole on RT 25, turn on to West Street.  At bottom of hill turn Right onto Castle Hill Road & follow to stop sign.  Go Left onto
Great Hill Road.  Turn left onto Taunton Hill Road for approximately 0.7 miles and park at NFA sign on right hand side of road.
Photos

Sign
Meadow1
Meadow2
Meadow2a
Meadow3
Meadow1SurfaceRock
Trail1
Trail2
Glacial Eratic1
Glacial Eratic2
Bee
Flowers1
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June 7th - Guided Hike @ Brunot Preserve