The Ewell Reservation consists of old field, and young and mature white pine stands. The open field is leased to the Rowley Riding and Driving Club, which maintains the field. This upland is situated next to Upper Mill Pond, part of the Mill River system.
Flora & Fauna
The Ewell Reservation is a prime location to enjoy the splendor and beauty of waterfowl during the spring migration when ducks are courting. Wild rice, smartweed and other wetland plants offer a tasty food source for these birds.
If you visit in spring in the twilight hours of dawn and dusk, there is a chance you may see otters at the trail edges around the pond.
Directions & Parking
From Route 95:
Take exit 54 east toward Rowley on Route 133. Proceed 0.9 mile on Route 133. The driveway to the Ewell Reservation is on the left.
From the intersection of Routes 1 and 133, head west on Route 133 for 1.9 miles. The driveway to the Ewell Reservation is on the right, between the "133" and "slow children" signs.
Parking for two cars. Turn in and park along either side of the driveway, taking care not to block the gate.
Tell us about your visit.
Town: Rowley Total Acres: 31 Year Conserved: 2000 Difficulty: Easy
Greenbelt is grateful to several professional and staff photographers whose work is featured prominently within our website.
Thank you Jerry Monkman / ecophotography.com, Lynne Holton, Kindra Clineff, Adrian Scholes and John Raleigh.