Middle Line Woods Preserve
Named for the “Middle Line” stonewall that separated Wampanoag and Thomas Mayhew family land, the property is a memorable, natural experience. The ridgelines are high — with snatches of views of the Buzzards Bay, beyond Pasque Island — and the boulders here rival Waskosim’s Rock. The old footpath bisecting the preserve connects to the Holman Road ancient way, which was used to transport raw clay to the north shore brickworks.
Directions From intersection of North and Tabor House Roads, go 0.4 miles on Tabor House and turn left onto the Middle Line Road; trailhead is 0.1 miles ahead.
Sunrise to sunset
This property is open to archery, shotgun and muzzleloader seasons with permission.
During shotgun season, the property is closed to the public. See Land Bank website for more specific information.