Birding · Fall Colors · River/Creek · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Some roots and mud but flat!
An impressive wetland area, this 70-acre property is home to many species of amphibians. The forest features a ridge of hemlocks, a red and white pine stand planted in the 1970s, and the forest floor has an abundance of ferns and wildflowers. From the parking lot, you'll run an old road; you'll see a bench and the trail will start on the right side of the road—a boardwalk will be visible from here.
You'll reach a dirt road (this is a neighbors driveway) continue across the dirt road to the trail. You'll run downhill and cross a bridge over a small stream and continue through the wetland section of the trail. Passing over a large vernal pool the trail will take a sharp right towards a stand of red and white pines. You'll cross a few old abandoned roads but follow the blue trail blazes.
Flora & Fauna
Maidenhair fern, cinnamon fern, wildflowers, deer, white pine, red pine, hemlock, maples, oaks, beech trees and more!
Shared By: Little Forks Conservancy