Birding · Geological Significance · Historical Significance · Lake · River/Creek · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Need to Know
There isn't a fee for parking, but donations are appreciated.
This trail starts by descending down to the Quincy Bog Nature Center, then takes a left turn. It travels to the north end of the property by traversing bog bridges along the western shore. It travels along the northern edge of the property to Big Rock. From Big Rock, the trail travels southward to The Point
. The Point
is just a small spur out to the end of the peninsula. The trail continues southward towards Bulkeley Bridge. Cross over the bridge and complete the loop, back to the start.
Flora & Fauna
Flora: Marginal Wood Fern, Iris, Eastern Hemlock, Sheep Laurel, White Pine.
Fauna: Bullfrogs, Red-Winged Black Birds, Grackles, Ducks, Blue Heron, Gray Squirrels, Red Squirrels, Chipmunks, Warblers(?), Cedar Waxwing, Black Flies, Mosquitoes.
Shared By: David Smith