South Hadley has 4 square miles of open space, 22% of the total, and 28 miles of public trails.
The major open space properties in South Hadley are: Mount Holyoke Range State Park , Skinner State Park , Bynan Conservation Area , Bachelor Brook/Stony Brook Resource Area , Black/Stevens Conservation Area , and Holyoke Range State Park . There are 39 open space properties in total.
The largest open space landowners in South Hadley are: Town of South Hadley, DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation, South Hadley Conservation Society, Boy/Girl Scouts and Campfire Girls, and Browner L P.
|Landowner||Properties||Area In South Hadley Acres|
|Town of South Hadley||41||945|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||12||537|
|South Hadley Conservation Society||1||35|
|Boy/Girl Scouts and Campfire Girls||1||22|
|Browner L P||1||20|
See all 9 landowners in South Hadley
|Landowner||Name||Type||Area In South Hadley Acres||Trails miles|
|Mount Holyoke Range State Park||Conservation||964||42|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||Skinner State Park||Conservation||407||4|
|Town of South Hadley||Bynan Conservation Area||Conservation||142||4|
|Town of South Hadley||Bachelor Brook/Stony Brook Resource Area||Conservation||285||2|
|Town of South Hadley||Black/Stevens Conservation Area||Conservation||48||2|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||Holyoke Range State Park||Conservation||129||1|