Westport Woods Conservation Park was once home to the St. Vincent de Paul Camp.
573 Adamsville Road • 82 acres • 3 miles of trails
Protected in 2018, this 82-acre property on Adamsville Road was once home to the St. Vincent de Paul Camp. The community rallied to save this significant natural and cultural resource, and to create Westport’s first community park. Westport Woods Conservation Park contains 21 acres of open space, almost three miles of trails through 61 acres of forest, and various natural play elements for children. The park is a great place for picnicking and connecting with nature.
WLCT acquired this property in 2018 from the Diocese of Fall River. The protection of this property was made possible with funding from the Westport Community Preservation Fund, the Town of Westport’s Agricultural Open Space Preservation Trust Fund, Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, BayCoast Bank, several private foundations, and over 175 private donors.
Directions: From the Central village, take Adamsville Road 2.1 miles southwest to the parking lot after the white farmhouse on the right hand side of the road.