Tucked away in a quiet residential neighborhood, Tuckerwood Conservation Area is 32 acres of wooded wetland, which for the past 50 years have remained undisturbed and secluded among ongoing development.
Originally in private ownership, it was acquired by the Town of Bridgewater in 1998. The filtering of water through this wooded terrain helps to protect the quality and availability of the Town’s water supply.
Points of Interest
- Hiking trails.
- 2,000 feet of river frontage.
- Vernal pools that service habitat for the wood frog and spotted salamander.