Southampton Trails Preservation Society
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We Are A 501(C)(3) Not For Profit

P.O. Box 1171
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
info@southamptontrails.org
Southampton Trails Preservation Society
Celebrates 30 Years, 300 Miles Of Trails
Read all about it in The Southampton Press
FACT: There are 300 miles of trails within Southampton Town.  
It's a daunting task to keep them all clear and open for you, and STPS does its very best!  

Every Thursday morning volunteers work on one of the trails, camaraderie and jokes are abundant.  Usually delicious home baked
cookies reward those who show up.  You are most welcome to help maintain this wonderful trail system.


       2016 Calendar of Special Events  -- the monthly calendar can be found Here

July 2 – Patriotic Tour of Sag Harbor. 9AM-11AM. Battle sites, military heroes; and birth of the Stars and Stripes? Meet at
the windmill on Long Wharf. Leader: Eminent Historian, Tony Garro, 631-725-5861.


July 4th
- STPS participates in the Southampton FOURTH OF JULY PARADE, 10-Noon, Southampton Village. JOIN US!

July 7 – The Rogers Memorial Library & Southampton Trails Preservation Society invite you to a Visit with Tim Hayes Author of Riding Home: The Power of Horses to Heal. 5:30PM at the Morris Meeting Room, Rog
ers Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton. Riding Home is a book about the joy, wonders, self-awareness and peace of mind that ca
n come from a horse/human relationship. Mr. Hayes has made “natural horsemanship” his life’s work. Register at www.myrml.org or call 631-283-0774, ext. 523.

August 6 – Kayak Beautiful, Serene Scallop Pond. 10AM-Noon. Meet on Scallop Pond Road off Scott Road, Southampt
on. BYO Kayak, paddle and life jacket. Life jackets are mandatory. Leader: STPS President, Marilyn Kirkbright. 631-726-750
3.

September 18 – Presentation on the History of Mulvihill Preserve by Sally Spanburgh, Chairperson, Landmarks &
Historic Districts Board Town of Southampton.
1PM. Meet at the Mulvihill farmhouse, 820 Brick Kiln Road, Sag Harbor
to learn its history as well as the property’s including how that information was discovered. A tour of the home will follow and
a small exhibit of the home and property’s history will also be on display. An optional 1.5 mile hike through the property will
follow led by Southampton Town Planning Director, David Wilcox. For info: 631-283-0071.

October 22 – Inaugural Bay to Bay Hike. Meet at Head of Lots Road in East Quogue. 10AM-2PM. Leaders: STPS Board
Members, Jim Crawford, 631-481-6228 and Liz Karpin, 631-728-6492.

November 12 - BIG, LONG Hamlet to Hamlet Hike.  Elliston Park, Southampton to Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor.
18.2 miles with 5 mile interval hikes and refreshments. 9AM-4PM. Leaders: STPS President, Marilyn Kirkbright, 631-726-
7503 and STPS Board Member, Liz Karpin, 516-320-0761.

December – Hike the Entire Paumanok Path from Rocky Point to Montauk Point - TBA
Good Ground Celebration, Hampton Bays - TBA

STPS is a volunteer not-for-profit organization dedicated to protecting historic trails, preserving greenbelts and open space,
and creating new trail systems. Horses on Trails (HOT), a division of STPS encourages recreational horseback trail riding.
We offer free guided hikes, rides and kayak trips throughout Southampton and along the Paumanok Path.  All Are
Welcome. Please join us!
 
Southampton Trails Preservation Society
30 Year Celebration 1986-2016

Southampton Trails Preservation Society and Horses On Trails  
THIRTY YEARS and 300 MILES OF PUBLIC TRAILS!
Bay-to-Ocean Start
END OF TRAIL
IT'S ALMOST JULY  
see July Events

STPS will participate in the
Fourth-of-July Parade
Southampton Village
Monday, July 4th.
JOIN US.
Look for the car below.
Don't miss Tony Garro's
historical tour of Sag Harbor
July 2nd.
STPS &
Rogers Memorial
Library present TIm
Hays, author of
RIDING HOME: The
Power of Horses to
Heal,
July 7th.