Old Harbor Wildlife Refuge

Old Harbor Wildlife Refuge is our southwestern-most Destination Property.

Despite its smaller size, it has a large trail network, thanks to the generosity of abutting landowners who have allowed WLCT to extend this trail network onto their privately-conserved lands.  These forested trails pass through beautiful uplands and wetland habitats, and provide great opportunities for quiet walks in the woods.  Protection of this area was made possible through the land gifts of Patience B. and Burton D. Bryan and the Reverend and Mrs. Robert A Lawrence.

Directions:  From the village of Adamsville, take Old Harbor Road 2.9 miles south to the parking lot (bearing gently right and uphill at 0.5 miles when the road forks).

want to volunteer?

We always need more volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering with the Westport Land Trust, then give us a call at (508) 636-9228 or simply email info@westportlandtrust.org and put “Volunteer” in the subject line.