Wright Woods

Year Acquired / 2009
Size / 209
Trails / 12
Properties / 3

Among the first properties acquired by CLCT, Wright Woods links Walden Pond Reservation with the Sudbury River and a well site of the Town of Concord. It abuts land owned by the Walden Woods Project. Initially consisting of gifts by Helen Wright beginning in 1959 and eventually aggregating some 239 acres, the property has been augmented over the years by additional gifts in the Fairhaven Hill area from Henry Seton, Eric Parkman Smith, Mary S. Thompson, and Eunice Knight. Today, Wright Woods and neighboring parcels total approximately 303 acres, chiefly woodland.

Features

dog walking, wild life, hiking

Trail Conditions

easy walk, wet areas, some slight hills

Entrances / parking

West Entrance:

The trail is ahead off Strawberry Hill Road, between houses at #736 and #759 Strawberry Hill Road

East Entrance:

Park across from #107 Westford Road / Walk in on the driveway of #77 + #78 Westford Road / Trail head parallels the drive on the right.

Explore Wright Woods

Scout Island

This island in Fairhaven Bay was a gift of Edwin D. Brooks, Jr. in 1981. The property consists of 2.7 acres and is accessible only by boat. It is contiguous with 9.6 acres of upland woods donated to CLCT by Barbara and William Schevill in 1990.

Seton Woods

Adjacent to the Wright Woods parcel donated by her father, this 33 acre property was donated to CLCT in 2014 by Mary Seton Abele, who lived on Fairhaven Hill for most of her childhood and wanted others to enjoy the open space she explored growing up.

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