Buck Hill Management Area

Pascoag, Rhode Island

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This route passes through a vast expanse of deciduous woodland, large meadows, and wide swathes of clear-cut forest. Some fields contain crops like corn and grasses to attract wildlife. If you want to get away from it all and possibly not see another human for hours, this is your destination. The trail begins behind a brown metal gate that’s readily apparent at the far end of the lot. Continue on a flat dirt road through a field and to your right (east) you’ll see a brown signboard affixed with a trail map. The road curves off to the right through deciduous forest. Cross through a pine grove and turn right (northeast) at an intersection at about 0.2 mile. Here you’ll see what appears to be a square foundation sunken into the ground to your right.

Buck Hill Management Area Professional Review and Guide

"This route passes through a vast expanse of deciduous woodland, large meadows, and wide swathes of clear-cut forest. Some fields contain crops like corn and grasses to attract wildlife. If you want to get away from it all and possibly not see another human for hours, this is your destination.

The trail begins behind a brown metal gate that’s readily
apparent at the far end of the lot. Continue on a flat dirt road through a field and to your right (east) you’ll see a
brown signboard affixed with a trail map. The road curves off to the right through deciduous forest. Cross through a pine grove and turn right (northeast) at an intersection at about 0.2 mile. Here you’ll see what appears to be a square foundation sunken into the ground to your right."

Activity Type: Cross-Country Skiing, Hiking, Snowshoeing
Nearby City: Pascoag
Distance: 3.5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Spring to Fall
Local Maps: TOPO! New England
Driving Directions: Directions to Buck Hill Management Area

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May 2018