Cornwall Swamp, a forested wetland, is considered to be the largest, unbroken red maple swamp in Vermont. The swamp contains abundant and diverse shrub and fern growth and at its center, Northern white cedar replaces red maple as dominant.
Year designated: 1973
Ownership: State, Municipal, Private
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