Tucked away in a beautiful hemlock forest, Harris offers 1.5 miles of wooded trails and a small pond

This 76-acre site includes a hemlock forest, a small pond possibly created through magnesium mining, and ledges that provide great habitat for bats.

You can also see evidence of the site’s previous uses – old stone walls and remnants of foundations are visible from many of the trails. This site is named for Gordon Harris, who purchased the property in 1966 and donated it to CLC upon his passing.

The trails are primarily narrow, shaded, and packed earth. There are numerous wet spots, exposed tree roots, and logs.

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Guidelines for visiting

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105 Bloody Hollow Road, Austerlitz
There are two Bloody Hollow Roads – please be sure you are entering from Stonewall Road


Birding, hiking, walking


Bench at pond, Nature Quest trail,
weak cell reception


Forested trails, old stone walls,
rocky ledges, bat habitat

Trail traffic

Low – this is a great place for a quiet stroll

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