Harwich Conservation Trust Queen Anne Road Harwich, Massachusetts 02645Official Website
Cornelius Pond is a very unique habitat called a “coastal plain pond.” About 18,000 years ago, the mile-high receding glacier left massive melting blocks of ice in the coastal meltwater plain of Cape Cod. Over time, these deep bowls in the landscape filled with rising groundwater and became ponds, now supporting a variety of species, including rare plants and animals.
From MA-124 take Queen Anne Road approximately 0.5 miles east to the parking area on your left.
From the MA-39 rotary, take Queen Anne Road approximately 1.8 miles west to the parking area on your right.
The AllTrails website has a description and map of a hike at Cornelius Pond Woodlands.
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