Avalonia Land Conservancy
Avalonia Land Conservancy, founded in 1968, is a land trust dedicated to conservation through the acquisition of open space. For a complete list of preserves, please visit avalonia.org.
This 104-acre park and recreation area was purchased by the Town of North Stonington in 2008 for the enjoyment of its residents and visitors to the region. The property consists of forests, fields, wetlands and streams; more than a mile of hiking trails, including the town's Bicentennial Trail; the Shunock River; 3.5-acre Lower Hewitt Pond and dam; and several structures.