This property is part of the Land Trust’s Pawcatuck River Corridor Initiative. It consists of 148 acres of woodland, rocky ridges and freshwater wetlands adjacent to the Pawcatuck River and the Boy Scout Camp. The property was acquired as a donation from the Nature Conservancy. The deed is dated December 23, 2002.
Trails: Extensive trails covering a wide variety of terrain are accessible from Boy Scout Drive. Visitors please park along Old Hopkinton Road where it meets with Boy Scout Drive. Walk up Boy Scout Drive to reach the trails just beyond the boy scout camp area.
Location: Off Boy Scout Drive, between the Pawcatuck River and the Amtrak railroad tracks. Park on the right side of Old Hopkinton Road just past Boy Scout Drive. To get to trailhead: walk up Boy Scout Drive past the gate and continue on the gravel road until you see the red trail marker.