Forest Reservation Guide

Welcome to our Forest Reservation Guide. You can browse our properties using the map, or scroll down to filter by region or recreational activity. Featured reservations (blue pins) typically have parking areas, mapped trails, and more detailed information. All our Forest Reservations are open to the public. You can also search by Reservation name or town.

 

Forest Reservation Guide

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  • These lands had been in the Heald family for more than a century and are collectively known as the Heald Tract. They had historically been well managed by the Healds for multiple uses, including apple orchards, wildlife habitat, forest products, passive recreation, education, and flood control.

    Birdwatching, Cross-country Skiing, Dog-walking, Family-oriented, Fishing, Great Views, Hiking Trails, Hunting, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing
  • The Forest Society purchased High Five with donated funds in 2004. It got its name when several members of the Forest Society's Land Management staff walked to the top and looked out at the expansive view. One of the staff members remarked that he just wanted to give a “high five," and the name stuck.

    Birdwatching, Family-oriented, Great Views, Hiking Trails, Hunting, Snowshoeing
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  • Birdwatching, Cross-country Skiing, Dog-walking, Family-oriented, Fishing, Hiking Trails, Hunting