Camara Conservation Area

Camara Conservation Area is a mixed hardwood forest and adjoining freshwater marsh bordering South Watuppa Pond.

Purchased by Westport Land Conservation Trust (WLCT) in 2014 with support from the Town of Westport’s Community Preservation Act funding, Camara Conservation Area is permanently conservation restricted land open to passive public recreation. The 43-acre property is a mixed hardwood forest and adjoining freshwater marsh bordering South Watuppa Pond, the third largest naturally occurring waterbody in Massachusetts. The property boasts a half mile of hiking trails and there is a contiguous network of open space extending from Camara Conservation Area into the city of Fall River, Massachusetts and town of Tiverton, Rhode Island.

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