Harvard has 8 square miles of open space, 31% of the total, and 79 miles of public trails.
The major open space properties in Harvard are: Delaney Flood Control Site , Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge , Fruitlands Museum , Sprague Land , Town Forest , and Holy Hill (A7) . There are 170 open space properties in total.
The largest open space landowners in Harvard are: United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Town of Harvard, DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation, Harvard Conservation Trust, and Trustees of Reservations.
|Landowner||Properties||Area In Harvard Acres|
|United States Fish and Wildlife Service||2||2066|
|Town of Harvard||101||1815|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||2||337|
|Harvard Conservation Trust||21||320|
|Trustees of Reservations||1||210|
See all 30 landowners in Harvard
|Landowner||Name||Type||Area In Harvard Acres||Trails miles|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||Delaney Flood Control Site||Conservation||335||9|
|United States Fish and Wildlife Service||Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge||Conservation||2066||7|
|Trustees of Reservations||Fruitlands Museum||Conservation||210||5|
|Town of Harvard;Harvard Conservation Commission||Sprague Land||Conservation||106||2|
|Town of Harvard||Town Forest||Conservation||42||2|
|Town of Harvard||Holy Hill (A7)||Conservation||32||2|