Laurel Hill Preserve
Westtown, NY

is comprised of 89 acres of varied habitat – woodland, alfalfa field, wetlands, vernal pools and the Tunkamoes Creek, which creates niches for a great variety of plant and animal species. In addition to protecting the Wallkill watershed and the biologically diverse habitats, this preserve will provide wonderful access to nature in the western part of our county. It is the site of our very popular Vernal Pool Exploration, when people of all ages gather with buckets and nets to reveal the first signs of Spring. Trails maintained by Land Trust volunteers meander through the woodlands, leading to the Tunkamoes Creek.

Directions:
From Route 6 turn onto 284. After about 1.7 miles make a left onto County Rt. 93 Lime Kiln Rd. Take the third right onto Gardnerville Rd, and bear right onto County Rd. 62. Make a slight right on Lower Rd. which will turn into William Lain Rd. Turn right onto Laurel Hill Drive. The preserve is accessible by a right-of-way between the houses on the first cul-de-sac on the left. You may park on the road being careful not to block driveway access.

GPS:
Use 194-234 William Lain Road, Westtown, NY 10998