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Erosion Control at Sachem's Cove

The name “Sachem’s Cove” (Chief’s Cove) was given to that most remote section of the pond to the southeast. Ralph Waldo Emerson called it a “pretty little Indian bath...” where one “could almost see the Sachem in his canoe in a shadowy cove.”

White Pond is a 39.68-acre kettle pond located adjacent to the White Pond Reservation in West Concord. It formed from a large ice deposit left by the retreating glacial ice sheet more than 12,000 years ago. The depression left when the ice completely melted became a kettle pond 60 feet deep at the deepest spot that filled with water from natural springs. The terrain consists of glacial till with steep banks down to the water. Please stay on marked trails to avoid erosion of these sandy soils. It is populated with pine, oak, hemlock, and birch trees.

Although Walden Pond had been made famous by Thoreau’s writings, he was also very familiar with White Pond. In fact, he said “Since the woodcutter, the railroad, and I myself have profaned Walden, perhaps the most attractive, if not the most beautiful of all our lakes, the gem of the woods, is White Pond.” White Pond remains a gem of the woods today, with 70 acres of adjacent Town land containing well-developed hiking trails.

White Pond Reservation Trail Guide

Concord, Massachusetts

Copyright: John Wood
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Taken: 01/03/2017
Uploaded: 01/03/2017


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