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The expansive 580-acre Delaney Wildlife Management Area straddles the Bolton, Harvard, and Stow town lines, with 72 acres of the state-owned area located in the northeast corner of Bolton. Delaney Pond, which lies at the center of the property, offer canoeing, fishing, and wildlife viewing opportunities. The pond also provides important habitat for otter, fisher, and many bird and fish species. The entire management area is open to hunting in season, so visitors should check the hunting schedule posted at the main entrance off Harvard Road in Stow.
GPS Trail Route File Download – Available Now!
Due to the size and complexity of this conservation area, the Trails Committee has created a trail route GPS file complete with waypoint data. This KMZ file can be opened in GoogleMaps, GoogleEarth, and in certain mobile device GPS applications.
Once installed, the trail user can “follow” the route on their device, and also make edits and additions to the GPS data. Your GPS application may create variences in the field.
To download this .KMZ GPS route, enter the password “Bolton Trails” below to launch and save the file. Please include the capital letters and the space as shown. For a step-by-step tutorial on installing and using these files on your smartphone click HERE.