The Charles Evans Children’s Discovery Trail

The Charles Evans Children’s Discovery Trail

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The Charles Evans Children’s Discovery Trail

Trail Information: The Charles Evans Children's Discovery Trail is designed to engage the young (and young-at-heart) in the wonders of nature. Along the trail, interactive signs guide explorers through different habitats. The trail begins in a meadow and then continues on into a forest through a swamp, where boardwalks keep visitors dry. Next, the trail crosses an old stone wall that was once the boundary of a pasture, into a rocky area. Finally, the trail crosses a stream and ends at Halfway Point, where a bench invites visitors to sit and listen to nature. Click here for a virtual tour of the trail:

History: The Charles Evans Children's Discovery Trail was dedicated on October 22nd, 2011 and is made possible through a generous donation from the Charles Evans Foundation.

Location: Drake’s Corner Road, Princeton, NJ 08450
Directions: From Route 206, turn onto Elm Road (the Great Road). Take a left onto Drake’s Corner Road- look for the Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart sign. Take Drake’ Corner Road to the end and the trailhead will be on your left. Street parking is available.

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