Reynolds Property

The Reynolds property at the corner of Oblong Road and Route 43 is a scenic and historic part of the South Williamstown landscape. The property, acquired by the WRLF in … Read more

Berlin Road

The 35-acre Berlin Road property was purchased by the WRLF in 1997 to preserve access to the Williams Class of ’33 Trail to Berlin Mountain and the Town’s Bullock Trust … Read more

Caretaker Farm

Caretaker Farm is one of the oldest organic and community supported farms in the country. Farm members purchase a share in the harvest and are closely involved in the raising … Read more

Cold Spring

This 3-acre property just north of Sheep Hill abuts land of the Clark Art Institute and features steep ledges and tall hemlocks. The deep spring that flows from the base … Read more

Five Corners

This is a small (1.4 acre) but significant piece of historic South Williamstown located at the junction of Routes 7 and 43 abutting the preserved Green River Farm. It is … Read more

Hemlock Brook (Lamb)

The wooded 12.2 acre property in the historic Torrey Woods neighborhood was acquired by gift of Richard Lamb and Holly Taylor in December 2010. A trail along Hemlock Brook begins … Read more

Northwest Hill Road

This 6 acres parcel of land along Northwest Hill Road, adjacent to Hopkins Forest, is part of a vernal pool conservation area and also a study site for Williams College. … Read more

Old Farm Way

This 5-acre parcel was donated to the WRLF in late 2006 and lies along Old Farm Way and Route 2, just west of its intersection with Route 7. Good wildlife … Read more

Pine Cobble

This close to 400-acre preserve is the WRLF’s largest, and one of the most popular hiking destinations in Williamstown. The WRLF land encompasses the summit of Pine Cobble, and unusual … Read more

Sheep Hill

One of Williamstown’s most spectacular properties with an expansive view to Mt. Greylock and other landmarks, the 50-acre former dairy farm connects Bee Hill Road and Route 7, and is … Read more

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