Photo Courtesy of the Glocester Land Trust

Join us for a casual 3-mile hike at the Steere Hill Farm Conservation Area in Glocester, RI!

Steere Hill has over seven miles of wide dirt/gravel roads and narrower foot paths created by the Glocester Land Trust (GTL). Most trails have a gentle slope and visit scenic ledge vistas, vernal pools and wetlands, stands of American Beech, two large fields, miles of stone walls, trout streams, and stone foundation walls for barns and farmhouses. At the summit of Steere Hill is field of native grasses and wildflowers, creating a wildlife habitat needed by ground nesting birds and mammals, such as bobolinks, meadowlarks, woodcocks, bluebirds, owls, New England Cottontail Rabbits, butterflies, and deer. This hike will take approximately 2 hours — a perfect Fall hike in beautiful Glocester, RI!


Date: Saturday, November 6th, 2021

Time: 10:00am

Place: Steere Hill Farm Conservation Area – 374 US-44, Chepachet, RI 02814

Map: Steere Hill Trailhead

For more information about this hiking area and other beautiful places in Glocester , visit the Glocester Land Trust’s website

Following state guidelines for COVID-19:

    • Participants are required to pre-register for this walk (10 person limit)
    • Stay home if you’re sick
    • Bring/wear a mask
    • Maintain 6 foot distance from other participants

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