Talbot's Point Conservation Lands

Donated in 1964 by Dr. Fritz Talbot, Talbot’s Point encompasses 112 acres of interior upland along the Scorton marsh system. With Old County Road providing its southern border, this conservation property offers visitors a chance to walk among stands of mature red pines, take in marsh views along the trails and view other notable trees such as oaks, white pines, tupelos, beech trees, spruces and some of the state’s oldest pitch pines.

View Talbot's Point Conservation Lands Special Regulations

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