|Southampton Trails Preservation Society
33 Years, 300+ Miles Of Trails
|Every Thursday morning
you can help on the beautiful trails
in Southampton Town.
To sign up, contact
Jim Crawford - 631-481-6228 or
Mark Potter - 631-325-2278
PANTS TUCKED INTO
PACK FOR WATER
HERE'S HOW TO DRESS FOR HIKING:
* PRE-SPRAY YOUR CLOTHES WITH A
BUG SPRAY CONTAINING PERMETHRIN.
* TAKE WATER .
* MEET THE HIKE LEADER
* CHECK YOURSELF FOR TICKS WHEN
YOU GET HOME.
- STPS is a non-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to
protecting trail systems.
- STPS also includes Horses on Trails (HOT) which encourages
recreational horseback trail riding.
- STPS originated and annually participates in The Great East End
Cleanup and organizes community activities on National Trails Day (in
June) and South Fork Trails Day weekend (in October).
- STPS leads free hikes throughout the Town of Southampton every
Saturday and Sunday all year long.
Tree at Anna & Daniel Mulvihill Preserve
Grave at family plot at
Hubbard County Park
Southampton Trails Preservation Society
ALL HIKES CANCELED; BUT FEEL FREE TO USE THE TRAILS ON YOUR OWN
Marilyn Kirkbright & Dai Dayton
at Long Island Natural History Conference
Anna & Daniel Mulvihill Preserve
Moss with spores
These photos are from the
Anna & Daniel Mulvihill Preserve,
All photos taken May 5th.
There is so much to see there:
the Mulvihill sumer cottage,
vernal ponds, huge erratics, a
white pine forest, American
hollies, deer, geese, and still
It's a great place to take a short
or extended hike.
Enjoy all the trails.
Just follow the blazes
or GPS them.
Historic LOP TREE -
a traditional native
American way to mark
direction & pilgrim way
to mark mark property
Mallards in Mulvihill Pond