Lowell Holly Reservation

A rare pocket of untrammelled woodland

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For more than 200 years, the 135-acre Lowell Holly Reservation in Mashpee has been untouched by axe or fire, common tools used for clearing land in these parts for agricultural use by settlers and American Indians, respectively.

This quiet sanctuary has 4 miles of lovely trails and former carriage paths, through American beeches, white pines, rhododendrons, glorious stretches of wildflowers and 100 varieties of wild hollies. Ponds with shallow, sandy stretches and peninsular knolls promise, and deliver, fabulous views.

At A Glance

Sandwich Road
Parking fee in season.
Open year-round.

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