This 588-acre parcel of gently sloping hills and flat bottom lands includes a number of wooded seeps that form the headwaters of Plympton Brook. It is heavily wooded, primarily with hardwoods but with some stands of conifers and many mountain laurels in the understory. Evidence of deer, bear, raccoon, gray squirrel, fisher, turkey, ruffed grouse, cottontail rabbit, snowshoe hare, and numerous nongame species can be found here.Directions:
From Rte. 2 in Erving turn onto Rte. 2A toward Orange. Turn right onto Wendell Depot Rd. and continue through Wendell center, where the road becomes Locke's Village Rd. Parking area is about 1 mile further, on the right, just past a pond.
Division of Fisheries & Wildlife
Connecticut Valley Wildlife District
Belchertown, MA 01007