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Lowell Holly, Mashpee

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Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Lowell Holly Reservation is a 135acre nature reserve in Mashpee and Sandwich, Massachusetts and is managed by the Trustees of Reservations. The area was extensively planted by Abbot Lawrence Lowell and Wilfred Wheeler with rhododendrons, mountain laurel and holly trees, for which the reservation gets its name. There are 4mi of hiking trails and two peninsular knolls that jut into Mashpee Pond and Wakeby Pond.
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  • nice swimming area in the pond to cool off. a few interesting trails especially the one that ends at a peninsula with water on all three sides. Very dog friendly  more »
  • The Lowell Holly Reservation is a beautiful place to take a long walk amongst the large forest of beech trees, hollies and rhododendrons. I recommend going in the Fall when the beech trees turn a...  more »

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