The Glocester Land Trust offers several beautiful properties for recreatonal and educational activities. Two locations in particular, the Steere Hill & Phillips Farm property and the Sprague Farm Town Forest, offer miles of marked and maintained hiking trails. Stone walls, vernal pools, fens, stone foundations, historic cemeteries and beautiful views are just some of the wonderful sights you will find along these trails. Trail maps can be located on this site or hardcopies are available at the kiosk locations on both properties.
Glocester Land Trust properties are also wonderful for activities such as cross country skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding, birdwatching, or enjoying a peaceful walk with your dog.
Please be sure to follow the Glocester Land Trust rules and regulations while visiting the properties.
Many travel from all across the region to visit our properties which are well known for being the home of many different species of birds. The GLT also offers many guided events that identify species. Please check our events calendar for more information on these free programs.
Permitted Locations: Burton Woodland, Steere Hill & Phillips Farm, Sprague Farm, Hawkins Pond
The Glocester Land Trust offers two beautiful properties with marked and maintained trails. A kiosk with trail maps are available at both locations, and printable trail maps are always available on our website.
Permitted Locations: Steere Hill & Phillips Farm, Sprague Farm
Fishing is allowed at the Hawkins Pond property which is located on Putnam Pike in West Glocester. Please obey by all RI DEM fishing regulations while visiting this property. Species of fish at this location include large mouth bass, pickerel, and blue gills.
Permitted Properties: Hawkins Pond
The Glocester Land Trust ofers two properities suitable for equestrian riding. Please familiarize yourself with our rules and regulations prior to visiting or properties.
Mountain Biking is allowed at our Sprague Farm property which is located on Pine Orchard Road in Chepachet. Please remember that our trails are also used for hiking, dog walking, and equestrian. Please follow all GLT rules and regulations when visiting this location.
Permitted Locations: Sprague Farm
Geocaching is defined as an outdoor recreational activity, in which the participants use a Global Positioning geocaching System (GPS) receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called "geocaches" or "caches", anywhere in the world.
A typical cache is a small waterproof container containing a logbook where the "geocacher" enters the date they found it and signs with their established code name. After signing into the log, the cache must be placed back exactly where the person found it. Larger containers such as plastic storage containers or ammunition boxes can also contain items for trading, usually toys or trinkets of little value.
Below is a list of known Geocaches located on GLT property, which has been provided by www.geocaching.com
|Steere Hill & Phillips Farm||Sprague Farm||Hawkins Pond
||Seldom Seen Farm||Signe Phillips|
|Steere Hill||Woodland Micro||Hawkins Place||Come To Seldom Seen||Sapling Field|
|Till The Cows Come Home||Not So Woodland||Hawkins Pond||Seldom Seen|
|Woodland Micro-Heritage||Sprauge Farm|
|Harmonious Hide Away||George Sprague|
|Heritage Park Supply Depot||Sprague's Rest|
|Heritage Park Rocks||Blue Blazes|
|HP Hole||50 Caliber Cache|
|HP White Trail|
|COPE is: a Trust Fall|
|Please Find My Head|
|Steere Hill: Quartz|