These 353 acres in the heart of Chappy represent more than two decades of conservation efforts by the Land Bank. Nature study, hiking, picnicking, mountain-biking, horseback-riding, dog-walking, hunting (with permission,) fishing, kayaking, scenic vista, universal access (moderate terrain) off Old Indian Trail.
From the Landbank’s Page for the Preserve:All of the land bank’s central Chappaquiddick preserves are amalgamated in this reservation. The eponymous three ponds — Brine’s, Buttonbush and Cape Poge — are arrayed along the spine of the cross-Chappaquiddick trail. Noteworthy are the wild fields along the Old Indian Trail; the Brine’s Pond itself, which hosts an island of beetlebung trees situated in the water like an iris in an eye; and the lonely Hickory Cove, where an empty, grassy ridge sits above Cape Poge Pond.
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