Sheffield has 9 square miles of open space, 19% of the total, and 14 miles of public trails.
The major open space properties in Sheffield are: Appalachian Trail Corridor , Bartholomews Cobble , Mt Everett State Res , Dolomite Ledges Natural Heritage Area , Gardner Botsford Easement , and No Name . There are 56 open space properties in total.
The largest open space landowners in Sheffield are: Department of Fish and Game, The Nature Conservancy, National Park Service, DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation, and The Trustees of Reservations.
|Landowner||Properties||Area In Sheffield Acres|
|Department of Fish and Game||13||1350|
|The Nature Conservancy||16||1176|
|National Park Service||39||943|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||5||572|
|The Trustees of Reservations||8||296|
See all 30 landowners in Sheffield
|Landowner||Name||Type||Area In Sheffield Acres||Trails miles|
|National Park Service||Appalachian Trail Corridor||Recreation Ground||943||8|
|The Trustees of Reservations||Bartholomews Cobble||Conservation||277||3|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||Mt Everett State Res||Recreation Ground||344||2|
|Department of Fish and Game||Dolomite Ledges Natural Heritage Area||Conservation||218||0|
|Gardner Botsford||Gardner Botsford Easement||Recreation Ground||28||0|
|Sheffield Land Trust||No Name||Conservation||105||0|