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East Over Reservation

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Clapp Road, Rochester, MA 02770
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Wonderful for Canoeing

If you have a canoe, this is the place to go canoeing. It is so calm and peaceful. In the Fall... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rochester, Massachusetts
Well maintained

Fairly small reservation with a little less than 2 miles of trails. Most of the trails are mowed... read more

Reviewed July 10, 2017
dave d
Bradford, Massachusetts
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Explore a landscape of broad fields and elegant double-faced stone walls, once part of a larger farm that's still in operation today.
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2 weeks ago
“Wonderful for Canoeing”
Jul 10, 2017
“Well maintained”
Clapp Road, Rochester, MA 02770
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you have a canoe, this is the place to go canoeing. It is so calm and peaceful. In the Fall, the foliage along the little reservation is beautiful. It is also wonderful to watch the horses play in the pastures.

Thank vade713
Reviewed July 10, 2017

Fairly small reservation with a little less than 2 miles of trails. Most of the trails are mowed fields out in the open (can get hot on a summer day). Very scenic with beautiful stonewalls and big grassy fields.

Thank dave d
Reviewed July 16, 2016 via mobile

Just a beautiful place ! Walk there many times with my 2 dogs quiet, beautiful a great place to relax.

1  Thank dottiob
Reviewed June 17, 2016

My favorite place to kayak so I almost hate to give it such a great review for fear that it won't stay quiet.

Thank Wendy W
Reviewed April 28, 2016

Wonderful place for a walk or to look for birds. In June you can find bobolinks nesting near the stone wall or flying around. There are also Baltimore Orioles and many other birds. Take a walk through the woods, around the field, or to the...More

Thank Priscilla B
Reviewed February 2, 2016

Moved into the town of Rochester in 2006 not realizing at the time there was so much land preserved. There are many parcels with trails for hiking, horse back riding, biking, and local ponds for fishing. Rochester is my final destination and my primary residence.

1  Thank Hugh H
Reviewed October 19, 2014

This is such a beautiful part of Rochester, MA. It is idyllic for Fall foliage photography with a wide selection of subjects and scenery to photograph. Leonard's pond is probably one of the beautiful places to photograph.

Thank Denzil E
Reviewed May 21, 2014

The trails are on even terrain that will bring you by a pond, creek, through the meadows and into the woods. There still stands and old grist mill. Be aware of ticks year round. Dog friendly but must be leashed and cleaned up after as...More

1  Thank SpiritsOpinion
Reviewed January 13, 2013

On Leonard's Pond, the farm gleaming with yellow buildings is so storybook picture like. Quiet country area. Perfect for that Sunday ride with the family. Very relaxing. Easy trail to walk, farmstand and they even had ice cream!

Thank Laura M
Reviewed August 8, 2012

Very pretty area - the trails are well maintained and marked - nice parking area too. Dogs must be leashed. You can walk on the open trails or go into a wooded area as well.

Thank livem1
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