A section of the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail in Middlebury will be closed
for bridge repair
Work on the reconstruction of the wooden trestle bridge in Middlebury will begin on
December 11 and will continue for 3 to 4 weeks. The map shows the location of the detour and a street route around it. Your patience is appreciated.
2019 Pumpkinvine Bike Ride Photos
Volunteers plant Northern White Cedar trees
Five volunteers who are employees at Lippert Components donated their time to plant 27 cedar trees along the trail between County Roads 35 and 37. A few children accompanied their parents and helped with the work. Northern White cedar trees are uncommon in this area but they thrive here. They are evergreen adding attractive color throughout the year. Friends planted cedar trees a short distance east of Middlebury in 2001 before the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail was built. Today the trees are 15 to 20 feet tall and add variety to the natural scenery along the trail.
Pumpkinvine Nature Trail now in Street View in Google Maps
In 2016, the Goshen Park Department used the Goggle Trekker to map the major trails in Goshen, including all of the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail. The results are available for use in Google Maps. Google Trekker allows you to see any part of the trail you choose. You can move the "trail view" along the trail by manipulating an arrow. Follow these steps to see any portion of the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail.
- Friends of the Pumpkinvine Annual Dinner April 21, 2020 at 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
- Pumpkinvine Bike Ride June 20, 2020 at 7:00 am – 11:00 am
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