Fairfield: Putnam & Rudkin Preserve

16 acres — Preserved 1992 & 1995
Sherwood Lane from Queens Grant Road, Fairfield
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About Putnam & Rudkin Preserve

Putnam preserve is 8 acres generously donated by Mrs. Frances Snyder in 1992. This trailed flat wooded preserve is marked with stone walls containing mostly wetlands with Sasco Creek nearby. It is mostly used by the Fairfield Bridle Trails Association, as it provides access to Rudkin Preserve trails which are for equestrian use only. The Putnam Preserve is access by a Pent Road bordered by stone walls and which used to be used by onion farmers to take their crops to Southport Harbor.

Trail Stewards:  Ariane Mermod, Doug Prescott

Directions & Parking:
Access to this preserve is from Queens Grant Rd onto Sherwood Lane. Park at the end of Queens Grant Road and walk up the Pent Road.