About Elaine and Philip Beals Preserve

Beals Preserve is a 55-acre tract of land, with hiking trails, meadows and a skating pond. The property, given to Southborough Open Land Foundation (SOLF) by Elaine and Philip Beals in 2009, is bordered on the North by Rte. 30, and tucked into the local neighborhoods of Southborough, Massachusetts. The Preserve offers moments of contemplation to hundreds of people who visit the preserve every year to hike, walk their dog, photograph nature, fish, ice skate, snowshoe, and cross country ski. View a map of Beals Preserve. 

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