Length: 0.7 mile loop, 30 minutes.
Location: Turn right off Route 6, 1.2 miles past the brown Head of the Meadow Beach sign on the right, at the Pilgrim Heights area sign. Walk begins at the covered shelter. Upon exiting the trail near restrooms, proceed ahead across the parking area to your vehicle.
Features: Path leads to a site representative of where the Pilgrims drank their first fresh water in New England. This short loop trail winds through the recovering pine and oak forest, and passes a marker which commemorates the Pilgrim’s initial exploration
of this area.
Conditions: Easy; some log steps; moderate grade; picnic area and seasonal restrooms in parking area at end of trail.
Pilgrim Spring Trail
Last updated: December 19, 2016