Molly Bog is a classic example of a northeastern kettle hole bog, illustrating textbook zonation from open water to evergreen forest. The bog complex involves a two-acre pond skirted by four distinct zones; each characterized by a particular community type. In addition to the bog, this 35-acre natural area includes a spruce-fir swamp and an adjacent upland hardwood forest. Although somewhat remote, the area has been studied by University of Vermont scientists and is frequented by local naturalists and researchers.
This is a very sensitive area, and therefore it is not open for general public use.
Restrooms on site
Wheelchair accessible trail
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Last updated October 14, 2023