Copicut Woods Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"You'll explore the well-preserved woodland haunts of the Wampanoag and America’s first generations of English settlers, including some fascinating stone foundations. Copicut is the Wampanoag word for “deep, dark woods.” This 516-acre property was farmed over the course of several lifetimes.
Today, successional growth has nearly returned the land to its original wooded state, but among the trees, blueberries, and other shrubs, there are several intriguing artifacts of human industry. Walk across Old Indian Town Road from the parking lot to the trailhead on the other side of the road."