Mt. Holly Nature Preserve
The Mt. Holly Nature Preserve, once a dairy farm, has many stone walls
dating back to the 1700's. Among the diverse physical features are a large
stand of beech trees, 22 acres of meadows and rock cliffs. It is excellent
bird watching territory. Indian Brook runs south along the eastern boundary.
The trail affords a moderately level and easy walk.
Directions: At the intersection of rt. 121 N and rt. 35, turn onto rt.
121N. Follow rt. 121 and turn left onto Todd Road. Turn left onto Mount
Holly Road. Take your second left onto Mt. Holly Road East. The park entrance
will be approximately ½ mile on your left.