Sessions Woods has four main trails of varying length.
The Beaver Pond Trail is a 2.6-mile gravel trail passing by a 38-acre wetland, an old fire tower and a waterfall.
The 0.6-mile Forest Meadow Trail is a gravel path with demonstration sites showing wildlife management practices for small land tracts.
The 0.4-mile Tree ID Trail is a footpath meandering through a variety of habitats from a dry, upland site to a moist brookside.
The 0.4-mile Crosscut Trail passes through a 14-acre site cleared in 2001 to improve the health and diversity of the forest, as well as to diversify the wildlife habitat at Sessions Woods. Hike this trail to see how a “new forest” is generated!
Photo By: Paul Fusco
Information about the Sessions Woods facility and trails
Check off these birds as you spot them during your walk!
A guide to several species of trees found in Sessions Woods