Mary French Reservation
Extensive wetlands area bordering the Scug River. Contains a 1000 foot long wooden bog bridge and boardwalk. Historical plaque at the beginning of the trail and beautiful memorial bench at the end of the trail on the right before it enters the Hammond Reservation.
This piece of Andover conservation land was dedicated on Sunday, November 18th, 2001 to the late Mary French, a 38 year Andover resident, nature lover, and former selectman. The trail and bridge construction were undertaken by the Andover Trails Committee, Andover Youth Services, and the schools' Youth at Risk program.
Size: 15 acres
Location: Between Korinthian Way and the Hammond Reservation.
Parking: Korinthian Way