Keyes Conservation Area

Location: Oak Hill St.

This 50-acre area includes woodlands and open fields, including a great hill for sledding, with a pond, frontage on Sucker Brook, and a vernal pool. A walking trail leads around the perimeter of the property, bringing you through all its various habitats. Wildlife abounds here, including deer, fox, brook trout, and many birds such as bobolinks, blue birds, herons, kestrels, and hawks.

Follow Park St. away from Main St (Rt. 113) about 1 mile. Bear left onto Oak Hill St and follow for about 0.5 miles. Turn right into the dirt driveway at the sign for Keyes Conservation Area and park in the parking lot on the right side of the drive after crossing Sucker Brook.

Recreational Uses:

Hiking (easy)
Picnicking
Bird watching
Horseback riding
Fishing
Cross-country skiing
Sledding

If you have any information to add to the description of this or any other recreation parcel in Pepperell, or Conservation website related questions or comments, please contact the Conservation Commission.

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