Featured Property - Barclay Pond
Don't know where to start exploring? Try Barclay Pond:
Through purchases or gifts to CCF, 1968-1985, three parcels of land have been combined to create over 46 conservation acres named after the first parcel donor, William H. Barclay. Made up almost totally of woodland featuring pitch pine and oak, the property is habitat to mammal and bird life typical of such habitat. The three ponds - Barclay, Mary's Pond, and Schoolhouse Pond are visited by waterfowl in season. Combined with adjacent Town Land (The Training Field Triangle and George Ryder Gift), a corridor of 116 acres is conserved.
The entrance to the 1.25 mile trail is located off Old Queen Anne Road. Parking is available at the entrance to the trail.
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or in front of our headquarters at the Mayo House.