Our Project Stewardship young adult group will embark on a hike at Norman J. Levy Park and Preserve together! There are beautiful sites to see and an amazing living environment to explore!
Located alongside the Meadowbrook Parkway, the park and preserve’s most visible symbol is the fully operational agricultural windmill (situated on the north side of the facility), which is used to circulate the water in two man-made ponds that provide a fresh-water habitat for wildlife. An exciting feature of the park is the kayak launch into the original Meadow Brook. The site also includes three miles of hiking and jogging trails with 18 exercise stations along the trails. The preserve’s highest point of 115 feet produces tremendous views of the Jones Beach Tower, the New York City skyline and numerous coastal treasures.
This will be a fun and relaxing outing together while the weather is still fairly warm. Bring water, snack or lunch, and sunblock. Wear sneakers and bring jacket if cooler.
Because of the unusual rainy weather we have had this year, setting a RAINDATE of Saturday, September 22nd (same time, 1:00-3:30pm).