Underwood Road Marlborough, New Hampshire 03455Kensan-Devan Meetinghouse Pond Wildlife Sanctuary Official Website
When submitting eBird observations at Kensan-Devan Meetinghouse Pond Wildlife Sanctuary, it is most helpful to start a new checklist for each hotspot in the wildlife sanctuary. Use the general hotspot when you have a checklist that includes multiple locations or if no other hotspot or personal location is appropriate for your sightings.
See all hotspots at Kensan-Devan Meetinghouse Pond Wildlife Sanctuary
Meetinghouse Pond is located on the western slope of Mount Monadnock, about 4.4 miles from the summit. Much of the forested, undeveloped shoreline of this 45-acre pond has been protected for over 200 years as town land. Because of the generosity of conservation-minded Marlborough residents, the remainder of the pond’s shoreline is protected as part of the 579-acre Kensan Devan Meetinghouse Pond Wildlife Sanctuary.
Containing a mosaic of wetland and upland habitat types, the Sanctuary is wooded with deciduous and mixed forest.
Winterberry Trail, 0.7 miles
Rocky Ridge Trail, 1.4-mile loop
Lee's Loop Trail, 1.9 miles
Restrooms on site
Wheelchair accessible trail
Last updated October 19, 2023