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Bowers Springs Conservation Area

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Bowers Springs Conservation Area
Bolton, Massachusetts 01740
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Bowers Springs Conservation Area
Coordinates: 42.4629243, -71.604048
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The AllTrails website has a description and map of a hike at Bowers Springs Conservation Area.

About Bowers Springs Conservation Area
Bowers Springs is 91 acres, about half is located in Harvard.

There is parking at and access at the end of Flanagan Road in Bolton. Trail connections can be made off Bare Hill Road for those coming from the Vaughn Hills Conservation Area.

Bowers’ Springs is one of Bolton’s most popular conservation areas due to the scenic ponds, flat grassy fields suitable for picnicking, and well-distinguished trails connecting on to the Vaughn Hills/Hansen conservation areas, another popular area with miles of scenic trails. No swimming is permitted in the ponds except by the Tom Denney Nature Camp during the summer months. Bluebirds are attracted to this property and can be seen perched on the nest boxes that were constructed by a local 4-H group.
From Bowers Springs Conservation Area webpage