Click here to view our interactive map of properties protected by the Barrington Land Conservation Trust. You can sort properties by Public, Limited Access, or Restricted Access, and you can also select properties where dogs on leashes are allowed or not allowed. When you click on a particular property, a box will pop up that shows basic information, including the link to the property website which will provide additional information. In the information box on the right, you can enter a specific property name and it will be highlighted on the map. You can also get a list of properties based on access level, parking availability and properties where leashed dogs are allowed.
Additional Public Properties
These properties have little or no street parking available in the immediate vicinity of the preserve. Please be respectful of neighbors and park in an area where parking is allowed and walk or bicycle to the conservation area. Bicycles are not allowed on the hiking paths. Dogs must be on leashes.
Brickyard Pond Addition: A gift of Daniel Kinder, 1995, with about 1 1/3 acres off Nayatt Road and a few trails off west end of Broadview Drive.
Deep Meadow Bluff: Six acres of wooded upland and marsh on Hundred Acre Cove, with a short trail beginning at the end of Deep Meadow Road. See map.
Tall Cedars Extension: About 1 1/4 acres red maple swamp adjoining Tall Cedars conservation area to the south and 8 acres between Washington Road and Rosedale Avenue to the north. No trails, but can be accessed from Rosedale Avenue. See map.
Vendituoli Farm: The Land Trust acquired this 3 1/4- farm, operated for many years by the Vendituoli Family, in 2018 with significant philanthropic support from the community. The property is now leased to the Barrington Farm School for $1/year.