Douglas State Forest
Details of Douglas State Forest
Overview of Douglas State Forest
5,907-acre Douglas State Forest borders Connecticut and Rhode Island. Enjoy swimming and boating at Wallum Lake or hike miles of woodland trails.
Hours for Douglas State Forest
Sunrise to sunset
Parking at Douglas State Forest
Daily parking fees:
MA resident $9
Non-MA resident $15
Resident and non resident status is determined by the vehicle license plate
Activities at Douglas State Forest
Wallum Lake allows both motorized and non-motorized boating. Access the lake via boat ramp.
Hike a section of the Midstate Trail that extends from central Massachusetts to Mt. Watatic in the north.
Atlantic white cedar swamp
Take the boardwalk trail to see a rare example of Atlantic White Cedar swampland.
All Activities at Douglas State Forest
- Horseback riding
- Mountain biking
- Boating (motorized)
- Boating (non-motorized)
- Canoeing and kayaking
- Cross-country skiing
Accessibility at Douglas State Forest
- Accessible beaches