This 20-acre preserve contains a mixed forest and wetlands, with one flowing brook that feeds into a pond. Between 1995 and 1999 the Cumberland Land Trust purchased three parcels on the southeast side of Angell Road to create this preserve. The land is an island oasis for the neighborhood that surrounds this beautiful woodland. While the preserve is small it allows for two short trails. The main trail dead ends into private property. The second trail loops to the pond and then to Stone Bridge Drive. The preserve is a refuge for wildlife such as great blue herons and red-tailed hawks. Marsh marigolds and low bush blueberries are just a few of the many native plants to be found on the property.
Vendor: Rhode Island Land Trust Council
Primary Category: Recreation
Secondary Categorization: Parks
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