Moody Mountain Forest Reservation Field Trip
Saturday June 11 10 am to 1 pm
Join us for a public hike to celebrate one of our newest reservations, the 252-acre Moody Mountain Forest Reservation in Wolfeboro. We’ll walk to the height of land along a new, mile-long loop trail created at the request of land donor Cecily Clark, who requested the trail be built to provide recreational access for the community. Forest Society staff will guide this hike through a beech-oak-hemlock forest with areas of spruce and white pine. Stone walls show the land’s former use as pasture land. The reservation is named after Abner Moody, Cecily Clark’s great, great, great grandfather, who was granted the adjacent 320-acre Moody Mountain Farm for his Revolutionary War service. Join us to open the new trail and celebrate the wealth of cultural and natural history to be enjoyed at this new Lakes Region gem.
Easy, relatively-short hike. 1.5 mile round-trip.