The 1½ mile paved Woodland Trail takes hikers and bikers through a beautiful pine forest and includes an overlook where you can sometimes see wild ponies. This trail is wheelchair accessible.
Have you explored the Bivalve Trail that lies just off the beaten path of the Woodland Trail? Look for the sign while on the Woodland Trail and you can take this self guided hike through the maritime forest leading to a section of Toms Cove where you can catch a glimpse of the old lifesaving station or do some clamming. This hiking trail is not paved or wheelchair accessible, no bicycles please.
Both trails will be closed all day due to hunting on select days in October-December 2016 and January 2017 (dates TBD).