Tryon River Trail

The above header picture taken on the trail is the Red Oak, the official Island Tree.

The Tryon River Trail loops approximately 2 kms and links the various historic sites and interprets the natural features of the area including meadows, small woods, fresh-water bog, and salt marshes. Native plants, shrubs and trees are labeled. The area is good for bird watching and the trail is a great place for geocaching. The trail can be accessed at #37 Route 10, at Tryon.

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