Ward Reservation

Andover, Massachusetts

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With amazing views of the city, miles of shaded trails, and a quaking bog, Ward Reservation is a great place to visit with your dog. A conglomerate of more than forty separate parcels of former farm and pasture land have been combined to make this 695-acre reservation with over 13 miles of trails, 17 miles of stone walls, and three hills (Shrub Hill, Boston Hill, and Holt Hill). The focal point of the Ward Reservation is 420-foot Holt Hill, the highest point in Essex County.

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"With amazing views of the city, miles of shaded trails, and a quaking bog, Ward Reservation is a great place to visit with your dog.

A conglomerate of more than forty separate parcels of former farm and pasture land have been combined to make this 695-acre reservation with over 13 miles of trails, 17 miles of stone walls, and three hills (Shrub Hill, Boston Hill, and Holt Hill). The focal point of the Ward Reservation is 420-foot Holt Hill, the highest point in Essex County."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Andover
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2.5 hours
Season: Spring through Fall
Local Contacts: The Trustees of Reservations
Local Maps: USGS Lawrence
Driving Directions: Directions to Ward Reservation

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May 2018