When the tranquil waters of Lawrence Brook reach Doane's Falls, they tumble in a sequence of dramatic waterfalls. Along the way, large boulders in the streambed, small forested islands, and flat rock slabs divide the fast-rushing stream before it empties into Tully Lake. On the southern bank of Lawrence Brook, just upstream from the falls, is Coddings Meadow, a little-known clearing in the wood that offers views of the quiet waters of Lawrence Brook and is an excellent launch site for exploring the brook by canoe or kayak.
Forested property with 2 ponds, swimming, fishing, paddling, skiing & snowmobiling. No camping
Leominster State Forest is a 4,300-acre forest with two ponds. Easy drive from Worcester and Boston. Kayakers, canoeists, paddlers and fishermen enjoy Paradise Pond. Also, Crow Hill Pond is stocked with trout.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, parking fees are charged in the paved parking lots.
Route 20 and East Brimfield Holland RoadEast Brimfield, MAPhone:
This major recreation area consisting of a lake, the Quinebaug River, and several ponds includes a canoeing trail. See full description of East Brimfield Lake / Holland Pond / Quinebaug River Recreation Area.