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ARTS AND CULTURE VENUES
Visitors can walk logging roads to view forest regeneration following a harvest of mature pine in 2003.
Short trail to hemlock-rimmed gorge with waterfalls under 75-foot granite cliffs.
Miles of forested trails among steep hills, stone walls, & views of the Millers River - beautiful all year round.
An aesthetic and recreational gem, with over 50 miles of roads and trails among streams forests and fields.
Rivers and lakes meet at this diverse recreation spot, the waters stocked with trout, the land with fowl.
A diverse land, now conserved for timber and wildlife habitat, its old road a link in a winter snowmobile trail.
A lovely 3.25-mile loop through woodlands that show the result of a responsibly planned timber harvest.
Six miles of blazed trail - North Pond Ridge, Bullard Farm, and Chestnut Hill. Map kiosk at Fittz Memorial Forest.
Spectacular series of waterfalls through steep gorge. Easy walk on opposite side of road to scenic Coddings Meadow.
Extensive mountain laurel thicket with magnificent white blooms in late spring. Short loop trail wanders below cathedral of hemlocks.
4,500 acres of unique habitats. Camp, boat, hike, bike, fish, or swim. Fee for beach access.
Numerous trails, one to an overlook of Quabbin Reservoir, plus primitive camping (see camping section).
A steep section of the Tully Trail, where the brook cuts a scenic gorge on its way to the Tully River.
A lovely destination in itself, but also a link in the North Pond Ridge Trail and the Chestnut Hill Trail system.
Full service hunting and sporting store featuring firearms, bowhunting, and a full range of outdoor accessories and clothing for the whole family.
Two parcels - Hosmer Woods and Webb Forest - dominated by wonderful stands of white pine.
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