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It was Peggy Miles’ wish that Lost Corner be forever designated as a passive nature preserve.  This means it can not accommodate active recreation activities such as ball fields, playgrounds, jogging etc.  The Trust for Public Land formalized her wishes in the deed restriction. That doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to enjoy and see on the property. 

View the map of the property to see where you can find all of the amenities.



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The Cottage is a charming turn of the century bungalow that is available for small gatherings, retreats and events.

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Community Garden

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Lost Corner has an active community garden with 60 beds and a full time master gardener.  You can rent a bed in the garden for a small yearly fee and gain

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Lost Corner has an apiary with benches to sit while you observe our pollinator friends at work.



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There is almost a mile of walking trails through Lost Corner Preserve.  Cross over beautiful Falling Branches Creek.



A gift from the Glen/Mason Family

The greenhouse is used by our master gardener and community garden to grow plants from seeds.  It was moved from Glenridge Hall.


Native plants and wildlife

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Lost Corner is home to lots of native flora and fauna.

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