Noquochoke Conservation Area

Noquochoke Conservation Area is the site of a former Boy Scout Camp Noquochoke.

421 Pine Hill Road • 20 acres • 0.7 miles of trails

This forested property is the site of a former Boy Scout camp and contains three quarters of a mile of trails that wind through hardwood forests and an impressive grove of towering white pines. It is a unique destination for a hike in the eastern part of Westport. Protection of this area was made possible by the generous land gift of Lucy Keefe. Trails were created in 2015 by Daniel Bellavance and Boy Scout Troop 63 of Westport Point.

Directions: From the intersection of Route 88 and Old County Road, proceed 1.4 miles east to Pine Hill Road. Turn right on Pine Hill Road and proceed 1.6 miles to the parking lot on the right.


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