Garland Pond WMA is made up of wet meadows, separated by a tributary to the Beech River. A small upland wooded area lies along the western edge of the property. The water in the 30-acre Garland Pond is maintained by an old dam, originally constructed in the late 1700s as a gristmill, later maintained by beaver. A small access site for canoes and other car-top watercraft can be found on the north side of the pond near the dam site.
Restrooms on site
Content from Garland Pond webpage
Last updated November 14, 2023