Frank Cooke Forest
The property contains a beaver wetland as well as an open area with a wide variety of wildflowers, blueberries and raspberries.
For a complete trail guide see Places to Hike in Greater Worcester
Location: 0 Paxton Street, Worcester
Established: 5/16/2013, 11/25/2014 (Ganley Addition)
Features: Woodland, power line clearing, wetland edge
Parking: Access from Cart Road running between Washburn and Paxton Street and Manville Street, which leads SW on a 2nd cart road to the property’s northern edge. Best parking on Manville Street or along Washburn.
Conservation Purposes: Passive recreation and wildlife habitat