The Unique, Out-Of-The-Way Cathedral Pines Forest In Connecticut That’s Always Worth A Visit

Cathedral Pines is a 42-acre old-growth white pine and hemlock forest preserve. It is owned and managed by the Nature Conservancy in Cornwall, Connecticut, and was originally part of a 1000-acre forest inherited by Major Seth Pierce in 1785, when the trees were but saplings. It passed on to John E. Calhoun, who vowed to preserve the entire area as a majestic forest.

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It’s a slice of history nesting in the embrace of preservation. It’s also the perfect place to let your troubled thoughts drift away with the pine breeze.

Learn more about Cathedral Pines Preserve right here.

Address: West Cornwall, CT 06796, USA