Properties


Booth Pond Property

Booth Pond

Booth Pond

This is a 40 acre parcel of mixed wetlands, woodland growth and Booth Pond. It is east of the Dowling Village.  The current entrance to the property is very rocky and steep.  You have to walk down the access road where earthworks are underway between the Lowe's and Aldi's stores. There are many trails that connect with a Woonsocket reserve.  The property is a great place to see birds and animals of all types.  Walkers, hikers and birders are always welcome. The land was purchased in 2014 by the North Smithfield Land Trust and the Town of North Smithfield, using money from the Town of North Smithfield's Open Space Bond and a Grant from the RI DEM.

Rocky Hill Road Property

Rocky Hill

Rocky Hill

This is a 22 acre parcel of mixed wetlands and woodland growth. It is south of Rocky Hill road at #431.  The easiest way to find it is to look across the street from 382 Rocky Hill Road. It borders on the Woonsocket Reservoir #3 to the east. The trail runs about 3/4 of a mile with a loop at the south end.  The property is a great place to see birds and animals of all types.  Walkers, hikers and birders are always welcome. The land was donated in 2014 by National Grid as part of the offset program for expanding the rights-of-way for the electric and gas service corridors in North Smithfield.

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Mattity Road Property

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This is a 17 acre parcel consisting of wetlands and woodland growth. It comprises a portion of the headwater region of the Woonasquatucket River. This parcel is just west of the Mattity Road / Black Plain Road intersection. Protecting the headwaters of a river helps ensure that the water stays pristine downstream. The pond is a great place to see birds and animals of all types.  Walkers, hikers and birders are always welcome, but be forewarned – the land is muddy! Blueberry bushes and cedar trees are found on the property, and hawks, deer, coyotes, wild turkeys, and river otters can be found. The land was generously donated by Arthur and Roberta Bourgeois in 2000.

Village Way Property

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This is a 42 acre parcel containing fields, woodlands, bogs and rocky outcroppings serving as a wildlife protection area. This property of wooded land is accessible for passive recreation. The land is just past The Meadows subdivision at 2 Village Way. The land was generously donated by the Town of North Smithfield in 2001, after having been given the land by the developer of the subdivision, Kimberly Corporation.