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2.9 Acres

Special features are the sunsets over the water and the spillway at the dam. Also frequently seen: roosting osprey and belted kingfishers, plus sunning painted turtles. In the autumn the pond reflects the crimson leaves of the surrounding beetlebung trees, creating a memorable view. Dog-walking (leashing required April 15 - August 15), universal access (easy terrain)

Nature study, hiking, picnicking, mountain-biking, fishing, dog-walking (leashing required April 1 - August 31).

Travel on the Middle Road in the direction of Beetlebung Corner; preserve is on the left 0.5 miles after the road’s intersection with the Tabor House Road. Trailhead is here; bicycle rack is located at the South Road entrance.

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