SAMUEL COTE PRESERVE
We opened on Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 1:00 PM for the first time.
Several people came on a beautiful sunny day with beautiful blue sky to walk these
unusual and serene 31 acres of
hay and corn fields, pine forests with paths of pine
needles underfoot, 500 feet along Spalding Pond.
The Preserve is open Daylight Hours Only . Look for Preserve sign at 32c Clarks Falls Road,
near Pendleton Hill Road/Clarks Falls junction.
Dogs on leashes okay.
Comfortable walking, no hills, no rocky climbs. See trail map and photos below.
The geodetic map shows that this preserve is part
of a flood plain of fertile soils.
HAYFIELD AT SAMUEL COTE PRESERVE
For the Town’s Map, either click the link below:
OR: Scan the code below with your smart phone for link to the Town’s Map
OR: Right-click and copy-paste the trail map below for printing. There should be maps at the trailhead in the mailbox.
Click on the following link to access URI’s Watershed Watch Data and scroll down to Spaulding Pond for the latest information on water quality there.
SPALDING POND – VIEW ALONG THE RIVER ROAD TRAIL
Sign at Trail #1 along the Laneway