Community Event: New Year’s Hike, Tewksbury

  • Posted on December 31st, 2018
  • by Turpin Real Estate
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You can literally start 2019 off on the right foot when you join the NJ Conservation Foundation on their annual New Year’s Hike this Sunday, January 6 from noon to 2PM at the Hill & Dale Preserve in Tewksbury Township. Led by Project Coordinator Marie Newell, the hike is dog-friendly and will cover about two miles of hilly terrain. Hiking boots or sturdy shoes are recommended, and dogs must be on a leash.

Adding a new dimension to the hike will be various dog experts on hand to chat with hikers. A dog trainer will share hiking and training tips; author Mary Jasch will talk about her book on places in New Jersey to hike with your dog; and dog-sitter Andraya Simpson of Linus & Clyde will provide dog care advice. Refreshments for dogs and owners will be served afterwards, thanks to Country Pet Specialties in Lebanon and the Tewksbury Township Parks Committee.

Located on Parsonage Lot Road, Hill & Dale Preserve is a 90+ acre parcel consisting of forests, streams and vernal pools.  Sunday’s hike is free, but advance registration is requested, to register go to link event found HERE. For more information, contact Marie Newell at marie@njconservation.org or 908-310-8211.

With hundreds of acres of protected parkland, Tewksbury Township in Hunterdon County offers endless recreational opportunities amid natural scenery and dramatic views. The township is also well-known for its luxury homes, country manors and horse farms. If you are seeking luxury real estate in Tewksbury, equestrian properties in Hunterdon County or luxury homes for sale in New Jersey, contact Turpin at 877-788-7746. You are also welcome to visit our Oldwick Office at 4 Joliet Street to speak with a sales associate about the wide range of real estate for sale in Tewksbury, from restored antique homes for sale to luxury horse farms in Hunterdon County.

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