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Hidden Valley Preserve

Located Northeast of Washington Depot, Hidden Valley has 700 acres of mixed forests and meadows that overlap and offer around 17 miles of hiking trails with a variety of terrain. Points of interest are The HV Lookout, The Quartz Mine, The Thoreau Bridge, and The Pinnacle. All offer lovely views and great photo spots!

Hidden Valley Preserve 
198 Bee Brook Road, Washington Depot

Steep Rock Preserve

Spreading around 1,000 acres, Steep Rock is the association’s largest preserve. Take in the flora and fauna along the flat trail that runs alongside the river’s edge, or venture through the old hemlock forests to the summits peak.

There is 3 main points of interest to checkout while exploring, Railroad Tunnel, Holiday House, and Steep Rock Summit.

Steep Rock Association
2 Tunnel Road, Washington Depot

Mahogany Lifestyle

This boutique-styled company creates memorable indoor or outdoor picnics. Mahogany Lifestyle caters to all small and intimate group gatherings. Their company is dedicated to creating unique, custom, and creative, unforgettable experiences. They combine their expertise with their clients’ vision to transform spaces and create life long memories.for

Mahogany Lifestyle
Instagram: @mahoganylifestyle

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