This Nature Conservancy property is on the blue-blazed Narragansett Trail. Limited roadside parking is available on Ryder Road. Read more.
The bluffs are on the Narragansett Trail; the nearest public access is the Gladys Foster Preserve on Ryder Road. Read more.
This unnamed pond is on the Narragansett Trail. Beavers seem to be active here, having built their own dam on top of the manmade dam. Read more.
The lake features a public boat ramp on Wyassup Lake Road and, during the warmer months, a chemical toilet. The lake is on the blue-blazed Narragansett Trail. Read more.
Near High Ledge on the Narragansett Trail, the shelter was built as an Eagle Scout Service project. A reservation is needed from the Pachaug State Forest to use the shelter. Read more.
The ledge is on the Narragansett Trail and it offers a view of Wyassup Lake. The Legend Woods Adirondack Shelter is nearby. Read more.
According to local legend, a bear was shot here around 1750 Major Israel Hewitt. The cave and ledge are on the Narragansett Trail. Read more.