Bumblebee Park

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Bumblebee Park is popular for short walks, wildlife study, and sledding in winter. It features a variety of habitats in a relatively small area: hill meadow, bedrock outcrops, woodland, pond, red maple swamp, and marsh.

Acreage: 15.5 

Location

At the gate on Harwood Avenue and across the street (as you enter Bumblebee Lane) in a marked parking area.

Parking: Ample
Owned by: Town of Littleton
Restriction held by: LCT

Trails

Well-developed.

History

This land was purchased by the citizens of the Town in 1973 from Malcolm and Judith Dunn. The cost was $57,500.


Trail Map


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Difficulty

Easy

Activities

  • Walking
  • Hiking
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Sledding

Cautions

Poison ivy. Soft muck in swamp and marsh.

Steward(s)

Andrew Sammarco
Clayton Keller

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