Kinne Preserve

Kinne Preserve sign

Located off Wisniewski Road, via Corey Road, the Kinne Preserve is 28.2 acres of wooded land with approximately 1.2 miles of trail, a small camping area and views of an unnamed brook.

Originally established in October 1976 as a Bicentennial Park. The land was donated by Arthur and Dorothy Kinne. Arthur Kinne, a member of the town’s Bicentennial Commission, and his wife Dorothy donated both the land for the preserve and access road.

It is now available for passive recreation, hiking and camping.

Town Hall
1 Municipal Drive
Canterbury, CT 06331
United States

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