Total Trail Length: less than 1 mile
Conservation History and Importance:
In 2000, the Estate of Anthony Texeira sold 16 acres to the Town. Pine/oak woodland borders the former farmland which has since returned to open meadow. Fields and meadows are uncommon here, representing less than 2% of the habitat types on Cape Cod. Bird nestboxes host tree swallows, bluebirds, and other species. Queen Anne’s Lace and other wildflowers bloom each summer.
From Rt. 124 take Queen Anne Rd. approx 0.3 mile east to the parking area on your right (just past Oak St.).
From the Rt. 39 rotary, take Queen Anne Rd. approx. 2 miles west to the parking area on your left.