Caughey-Taylor Nature Preserve, Bocabec
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: All levels, kid-friendly
Join us at our Passport to Nature kickoff event in Bocabec, which features a guided, interpretive hike of one of our largest nature preserve. Explore the beauty of Sam Orr’s pond, created over 30,000 years ago from glacial movements, and learn about the unique, tidal ecosystems that the nature preserve protects. We will stop along the beautiful beach area and the several lookouts along the way. This preserve is picturesque, so don’t forget to pack your camera!
WHAT TO BRING:
- Appropriate clothing for the weather;
- Closed toed shoes;
- Water and snacks;
- Sunscreen and DEET free insect repellent;
- Camera (optional).
HOW TO GET HERE: The parking lot for Caughey-Taylor is located near 5205 Route 127, Bocabec NB, E5B 3H4. From Saint Andrews take route 127 NB for 9.8km. The parking lot will be located on the left side of the road (look for the parking sign).
All are welcome and encouraged to attend! Space is limited, so please register in advance below: