The Peter & Nell Fitzpatrick Preserve
Wayside Lane, Redding, Fairfield County, CT
Route 107 to Umpawaug Road, Wayside Lanes' second entrance which happens to be the second road on the right-the first road on the right is also Wayside so be sure to note it. From the second Wayside Road entrance, the trail is .3 mile on the left. Limited parking available.
Jean of Jean's Trail refers to Jean Clemens, daughter of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain). She died at Stormfield after an epileptic attack while she was taking a bath.
The Fitzpatricks donated the land to the Redding Land Trust in 1974.
.30 of a mile in this circular Fitzpatrick Trail.
Jean's Trail joins the southeastern part of the Fitzpatrick Trail to Raccoon Lane of Stormfield. A northern link trail hooks up with the Saugaway Trail.
Redding Conservation Commission. 1992. The book of trails III: A guide to the use and protection of open lands in Redding, Connecticut. Third edition. Printed at Stratford, CT: Remiltho, Inc.
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