Angle Fly Preserve Community Trails Project

New bridge built by volunteers. Photo by Mike Lubchenko.Named after the last natural brook-trout spawning stream in Westchester, Angle Fly Preserve is a vital sanctuary for area wildlife. Its 654 acres are critical to the environmental health of the surrounding area and provide opportunities for hiking, fishing, cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing, bird watching, and nature study. 

The Somers Land Trust oversees the Friends of Angle Fly Preserve (FAFP), a group of volunteers (and Trail Conference member group), who give time to help make the Preserve a wonderful place. Friends can get involved in many different ways. Opportunities to volunteer include trail construction and improvement, facilities maintenance, landscaping, and trash cleanup. There are also opportunities to practice land stewardship and advocacy. The Trail Conference provides support to the Friends on trail projects.

New Trails Opened on October 23, 2010

Contact: Somers Land Trust, 914-338-8758

Angle Fly Preserve, Route 139 Somers, NY

For more information about Angle Fly Preserve and other workdays please visit the Somers Land Trust web site at:

Trail work at Angle Fly is supported by East Hudson Community Trails, a joint project between the Trail Conference and Teatown Lake Reservation.