Canoe River Nature Heritage Trail

The Canoe River Heritage Trail’s entrance in on Mill Street across from the Mill Pond. Parking is limited at the entrance. You can park at the old school house across from Ephraim Drive. The trail is about 1/4 mile to the cemetery site. The terrain varies, with few flat areas. The cemetery is the Ephraim Leonard family plot, as well as the unmarked burial site of many people enslaved by Leonard. According to town historian Harry Chase,  enslaved people were household servants and performed farm work around homestead and bog iron works formerly located there.

Canoe River Nature Heritage Trail Map
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