Scotstoun Town Forest

Scotstun SignScotstoun Town Forest includes a variety of different habitats for both plant and animal species within a compact parcel of approximately 46 acres. The natural features are accessible in a short walk. Most prominent among these is the shoreline of the Smith & Sayles Reservoir, with its unusual diversity of wetlands species. There are several underground streams running through the site. These can be heard although they are not visible.

There are no marked or maintained trails on this property.

Please follow the rules and regulations of the Glocester Land Trust while visiting this property.

Directions: Head south on Route 102 and continue for approximately a half mile from southern junction of Routes 44 and 102 in Chepachet; use trail on right at Pole #124 (after Wilmarth Road).

 

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  • Glocester Land Trust
    1145 Putnam Pike
    PO Box HH
    Chepachet, RI  02814
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