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The Prospect Park Alliance celebrated the grand opening of the Lullwater Nature Trail at the park’s Boathouse at the Audubon Center on Tuesday with Keyspan CEO Robert Catell and children from the Maple Street School of Prospect-Lefferts Gardens and PS 230. Keyspan sponsored the trail’s creation.

The trail - just under a mile - features a new 100-foot-long arbor (pictured at left with children from the Maple Street School), hand-built to the exact specifications of an Adirondack-style arbor originally built in the area in 1869 by Prospect Park designer Calvert Vaux. The arbor features benches for scenic viewing and the trail has interpretive signs to help visitors along a self-guided tour. There is also available printed material and audio guides with portable disc players.

Over the next two years, the Lullwater Trail will be joined by Peninsula, Midwood and Ravine trails that will form a 2.5-mile system.
Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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