Westover Conservation Area Main Trail

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Trail added on:
October 09, 2018
Updated on:
January 23, 2020

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Westover Conservation Area is located in Ludlow, MA on Tilley St. The paved road ends after 0.2 miles and opens up to a small trail system - to the left (heading southeast) is a side trail leading to Stony Brook, to the right-hand side is a trail that leads off of the conservation area, and the main trail itself continues on toward Westover Air Reserve Base. This trail is an old access road that lead to Westover Air Reserve Base that's no longer used and has been turned into public land.

During hunting season this is a very popular hunting spot, so be mindful of the seasons and wear blaze orange.

Parking: You can park anywhere along Tilley St as there are no houses along the road. About 0.2 miles in on Tilley St will be a gate that leads into the conservation area - park here, but do not block the gate.

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