Copicut Woods

4.614 Votes
  • Address: Indian Town Rd, Westport, MA 02790, USA, Fall River, United States
  • Phone: +1-5086364693
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Nature

Copicut Woods is a nature preserve which is operated by The Trustees of Reservations. On this 516 acres of land, you can find variety of vegetations like uplands, wetland and waterways. You can enjoy hiking in the several nature trails of this preserve. It provides food and shelters to a number of animals and hence during your trail you can find the glimpses of some of those. It encourages its visitors to enjoy seasonal activities like mountain biking and cross-country skiing as it is situated near the mountainous region. Copicut Woods has a wooden shelter which is named as Ed Shed, where you can organize picnics and other family reunions.

How to Reach Copicut Woods

  • Rented car/taxi

  • Copicut Woods Address: Indian Town Rd, Westport, MA 02790, USA, Fall River, United States
  • Copicut Woods Contact Number: +1-5086364693
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Copicut Woods Reviews & Ratings

  • Gorgeous!! Quiet, well maintained trails, history, and lovely, lovely woods.

  • Really amazing property with some epic stone walls and foundations. There are tons of trails, from wooded paths to carriage roads. It's a perfect property for families as most of the trails are very stroller and kid friendly. There's even a lovely little covered picnic area right off one of the main paths. Some simple little loops through the property make it perfect for a quick hike when you just need to get some green space. The only downside is that I had a hard time navigating to the parking areas, even with the help of the Trustees official guide. Hopefully improvements will be made to the listing on Google Maps so people can wayfind more easily.

  • Where I go to have peace of mind, clear all the negative & always leave with a better feeling. Great views & trails!

  • Great walk. Watch out for the dog 💩 ! Went at end of March and there are lots of trees downed from recent storms blocking the paths. Not impossible to get over or around but the kids and dogs may not agree. There are ruins, stonewalls, and plenty of photo opportunities here. Looking forward to returning in the fall.

  • Nice walking area

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