Mud Pond Conservation Area
View Connector Trails
From Williston Village, head south on Oak Hill Road. After passing over the highway, turn left onto South Road. Continue on South Road for 2 miles and turn right onto Mud Pond Road. A small parking area is available on Mud Pond Road. Please do not park on South Road.
The Area was given its name because of the peat bog wetlands at the heart of this conservation area: Mud Pond consists of 158 acres of wetlands and surrounding forests. The Mud Pond Conservation Area offers excellent hiking in prime wildlife habitat. Self-guided tour maps are available. Hiking and walking only, no bicycling or motorized vehicles allowed.
Rules of Use for Williston Country Parks and Primitive Trails
- Pack OUT what you Packed IN - there are no trash facilities
- No Camping or Fires
- No Discharge of Firearms
- No Motorized Vehicles (except snowmobiles on designated VAST trails)
- Dogs must be under Voice Control
- Please Pick Up after your Dog
- Please Park in Designated Parking Areas
- All Parks and Trails Close at Dusk
Visit Town of Williston online for more information and a printable map or contact:
Williston Conservation Commission
Planning Staff Liaison
7900 Williston Road
Phone: (802) 878-6704
Check for nearby geocaches to Mud Pond Conservation Area.
Leave No Trace Principle
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