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      Aucoot Woods
      Mahoney Parcel
      Sippican Lands Trust purchased the Mahoney property along with other adjacent properties in 2009. In 2007, part of the Mahoney property was put in a conservation restriction (CR) with Sippican Lands Trust, and when Sippican Lands Trust purchased the CR land in 2009, the CR was transferred to the Buzzards Bay Coalition

      Features: The 365-acre parcel features a rich diversity of habitats including upland pine, mixed hardwood forest, shrub and wooded swamp, and freshwater marsh. The property also features rare flora habitat and several threatened and endangered species such as the Easter Box Turtle and the Four-toed Salamander.

      Location: Adjacent to SLT’s White Eagle property.

      Radio Tower Parcel
      The preserve was donated to SLT in 1986.

      Features: The 440-foot high radio towers, erected by the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company in 1914, were used by the US Air Force during World War II. In 1956 all but one of the 14 towers were dismantled. The remains are still seen throughout the 109 acres. This property abuts other SLT preserves, including Barnabas, White Eagle, and Bow Bells and links through Barnabas to the Haskell Swamp Wildlife Management Area.

      Location: Along the former Railroad bed on the south side.

      White Eagle Parcel
      Sippican Lands Trust acquired the 248-acre White Eagle property in 2005 in partnership with the Town of Marion and other local conservation organizations.

      Features: White Eagle supports a rich diversity of habitats including upland pine, mixed hardwood forest, shrub and wooded swamp, freshwater marsh and cranberry bogs. The White Eagle property and surrounding land make up a 482-acre contiguous parcel of land that is home to several rare and threatened species including the Easter Box Turtle, the Spotted Turtle and the Water-will Stem Borer (a type of moth).

      Part of the White Eagle property features a working 23-acre cranberry bog that has been continuously cultivated for over 100 years. White Eagle offers miles of trails for dog walking, hiking, biking, running, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, hunting (by permission only) and other recreational pursuits.

      Eagle Scouts and SLT volunteers helped construct bridges and boardwalk on some of the trails at White Eagle.

      Location: The White Eagle property is located off of Route 6 in Marion. Turn onto Parlowtown Road across from the town cemetery and follow road until you reach the cul-de-sac. Veer left on the dirt road and follow past an abandoned cranberry bog on your right. Parking is available directly past the bog and along the dirt roadside. The kiosk is a short walk beyond.
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      Region Details
      • 2
      • 18
      • 12

      Region Status
      Open as of Aug 4, 2020
      Local Trail Association

      Stats

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      Trails (view details)
      32
      Trails Mountain Bike
      32
      Trails E-Bike
      1
      Trails Hike
      32
      Trails Trail Running
      32
      Trails Snowshoe
      28
      Trails Nordic Ski
      2
      Total Distance
      14 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      5 miles
      Total Descent
      167 ft
      Total Vertical
      58 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      82 ft
      Reports
      6
      Photos
      2
      Ridden Counter
      128

      Recent Ridelog Activity in Region

      Today
      • 0 rides
      • 0 ft avg distance
      Yesterday
      • 0 rides
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      Past Week
      • 1 rides
      • 3 miles avg distance

      Photos of Aucoot Woods / White Eagle Mountain Bike

      trail: Bog Dam 1
      35 |
      Oct 11, 2019 @ 8:52am
      Oct 11, 2019
      trail: Old Chimney
      47 |
      Oct 11, 2019 @ 8:52am
      Oct 11, 2019

      Videos of Aucoot Woods / White Eagle Mountain Bike

      how to lower a domain
      trail: U turn
      5:31 | 7041 | Jun 24, 2010
      Highland Trip (Part 1)
      trail: Radio
      3:18 | 585 | Aug 17, 2008

      Recent Trail Reports

      Activity Feed

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      user #1309489WillieJacobszupdatetrailRail Bed East and 1 more
      Oct 19, 2020 @ 7:08am
      3 days
      user #1806448newforesttherapyupdatetrailOld Indian Double Track
      Sep 14, 2020 @ 6:56am
      Sep 14, 2020
      user #2184091Rickeyt1981wishlisttrailPine Crest and 1 more
      Sep 7, 2020 @ 8:55am
      Sep 7, 2020
      user #2211423JbenthienaddreportOld Chimney and 4 more
      Aug 4, 2020 @ 9:29am
      Aug 4, 2020
      user #2211423JbenthienaddreportORR connector
      Aug 2, 2020 @ 5:25pm
      Aug 2, 2020

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