Kazmaier Land Located on Elm Street, the Kazmaier land consists of open fields comprised of four parcels totaling 16 acres. The property was gifted to CLCT in 1979-1981 by Patricia and Richard Kazmaier and is used for agricultural purposes.
Martin Land The 9-acre Martin Land was donated to CLCT by Maude Smith and Helen Martin in 1970. The wooded property links Park Lane to the Assabet River.
Spaulding Land Through its president, Richard Spaulding, Spaulding Management Corporation donated two parcels of land totaling nearly 40 acres to CLCT in 2001. The property named Elm Brook after the stream that runs through it, lies both to the north and south of Virginia Road. It abuts the Theoreau birthplace and Hanscom Field.
Other generous donors of land include Tim and Shirley Blancke, Patricia and Patrick Navarro, Reed and Helen Beharrel, and Mrs. Helen Kingman.
Bigelow Woods, Soutter Field and Hubbard Brook Farmfield
The land regulations
Please stay on marked trails
Leave the land as you found it
Do not remove plants, wildlife, stones, or historical artifacts
Carry out litter and dog waste and dispose of properly
Dogs must be under control at all times
Please observe posted restrictions for horses and bicycles
No camping, fires, or hunting (except by special permission)
No alcoholic beverages
No motorized vehicles except to provide ADA access