Southampton Trails Preservation Society
Southampton Trails Preservation Society
31 Years, 300 Miles Of Trails
JULY EVENT
4th of July Parade
JUNE EVENT
30th Anniversary Party
MAY EVENT
Bay-to-Ocean Trail Hike
NEW TRAIL!
WELCOME to Southampton Trails Preservation Society (STPS).
On this website you will find information both current and archival.
For APRIL's events, please click the button that says "Monthly Calendar."
There you will find STPS's meetings, hikes, horseback rides, special events.  
Below are photos from
Southampton Trails Preservation Society's 30th Anniversary Events
from 2016.
Later months are on the 30th Anniversary Photos page.
JANUARY EVENT
Lee McAllister presented
Hiking Long Island
FEBRUARY EVENT
Annual Winter Dinner with
Trailblazer of the Year, Glorian Berk
Hilary Woodward leading two hikes for
the 30th Anniversary- January & February
MARCH EVENT
Presentation and book signing by
Wendy Williams
APRIL EVENT
Hike & presentation by Howard Reisman
Alewives!
APRIL EVENT
Historical Hike of Sag Harbor
led by Tony Garro
MAY EVENT
Presentation about Southern Pine Beetle
by John Wernet, NYSDEC
JUNE EVENT
Tony Garro's WHALING Tour of
Sag Harbor
JULY EVENT
WARTIME in Sag Harbor
Hike led by Tony Garro.
JULY EVENT
Presentation by Tim Hayes,
author of
Riding Home.
AUGUST EVENT
Kayaking Mecox Bay
AUGUST EVENT
Polo & Art  at
Tundra Wolf's Big Sky Ranch

Come out any
Thursday morning
and help clear the beautiful
trails in
Southampton Town.
To sign up, contact
Ken Bieger,
kbieger@optonline.net,
631-745-4535
SPRING MEMBERSHIP DRIVE ... Join STPS now. Go to MEMBERSHIP to sign up.
APRIL is full of exciting events: Next Up
Unique Hike with Lunch! Join STPS President Marilyn Kirkbright to hike from
Sag Harbor to Bridgehampton, have lunch, and/or not hike back to Sag Harbor
along the Hamlet-to-Hamlet Trail. Go to monthly calendar for details.
THANK YOU.

STPS members
Chip Dineen, David Holstein, Carolyn Holstein,
Peg Conklin, and Marilyn Kirkbright
cleaned up a portion of the
Hamlet-to-Hamlet Trail for EARTH DAY
Saturday morning, April 22.

They filled 11 huge garbage bags!