Doyle Link is part of the Andover drinking water supply watershed. It encompasses two ponds, several streams and a red maple swamp on the Greenwood Road end. Beautiful colors in fall. Several stands of white pines grow among the hardwood trees. Interesting rock outcroppings can be found in the western section of Doyle Link.
Before the decision of Andover Town Meeting in 1974 to purchase the Doyle Link, it was used as woodlot and pasture land. Plans to use it for a town recreation area never materialized.
Hiking, ski touring, horses are allowed in Doyle Link
Size: 75 acres
Location: Lowell Street (Route 133) opposite West Parish Cemetery, High Plain Road, Candlewood Lane
Parking: Near cemetery gates; Juniper Road off High Plain Road