Gulf Brook Conservation Area

Location: Oak Hill St. 

This beautiful 50-acre wooded parcel is home to hemlocks, beeches, and white pine, as well as a beaver pond and several streams.  It surrounds Gulf Brook and includes a section of the Jeff Smith Trail (blue dots) Deer, beaver, coyote, fox, warblers, flycatchers, and more can be found here.

Follow Park St. away from Main St. (Rt. 113) about 1 mile until you reach the fork where Oak Hill St bears left. Go about 1.5 miles and look for the wooden conservation sign (above).  Park on the roadside or, preferably across the road on or near dirt Chestnut St.

Recreational Uses:

Hiking (easy)
Nature observation
Bird watching
Horseback riding

If you have any information to add to the description of this or any other recreation parcel in Pepperell, or Conservation website related questions or comments, please contact the Conservation Commission.