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Directions

When visiting the Incarnation Center the first thing you need is directions to get here.  Forget Internet maps...we find these directions the most direct and easiest to follow.  Click on the map on your left to download your very own copy in .pdf format.

 

2 hours from Boston

2.5 hours from NYC

1 hour from Hartford.

Nearest AMTRAK train station is Old Saybrook.

If you are travelling to the Incarnation Center from out of state, you have a couple of options:

  1. Fly into any of New York Cityís airports and from there get to Penn Station.  There are a variety of ways to get to Penn Station from JFK, Newark and La Guardia.  From there, take the Amtrak to Old Saybrook.  Itís a 2 hour train ride from NYC.  Upon arrival, you can get the Essex Taxi (860 767 7433.)  Call about 20 mins. out from Old Saybrook for your cab to the Incarnation Center.

  2. Fly into Bradley International outside of Hartford and rent a car to drive to the Incarnation Center.  You would then follow signs to I 91 South then to Rte 9 South and follow the printable directions from there.

  3. Fly into Boston and rent a car to drive to the Incarnation Center.  Follow signs to I 95 south then follow the printable directions from there.

   

Floor Plans

  All Angels

  Bell Cottage

  Brooks Cottage

  Katsanis Hall

  Lakeside

  The Lodge

   

Maps

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  Hiking Trail Map

   

Development

  Annual Report

  Gifting Opportunities

 

News

   Current Issue of Tidings

 

 


Yale Land Management Study

Entering a Decade of New and Innovative Growth:  A Holistic Approach to Land Management at the Incarnation Center 

 

Report:

Cover & Contents

I. Executive Summary

II. Introduction

III.  Biophysical Analysis of the IC Property

IV.  Incarnation Center Social Assessment

V.  Management Recommendations

Appendix 1-20

Appendix 21-30

Ahki Consulting, Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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