The reservation features over six miles of former woods roads and footpaths through rolling hills of white pine and red oak that are part of both the Neponset River Watershed and the Charles River Watershed.
Rocky ledges and glacial erratics are evidence of glaciers that receded some 10,000 years ago.
Fees are collected by ranger on weekends and holidays. The honor system applies at all other times.
From I-95, take exit 16B and follow Route 109 west for 5.7 mi. through Westwood and into Medfield. Take a right hairpin turn onto Hartford Street in Medfield. Follow for 0.6 mi. to entrance and parking area on left.
From intersection of Routes 27 and 109 in Medfield, take Route 109 east. Bear left onto Hartford Street and follow for 0.6 mi. to entrance and parking area (100 cars) on right.
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