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Assets: Douglas State Forest - Wallum Lake - Laurel Lake - Morse Pond - Case Pond - South Douglas Cemetery - Redding Landing (?) - Gilboa Pond - Wixted Ct Cemetery - Stillens Cemetery - Evergreen Cemetery - Preservation Park - Whitin Reservoir - Church Hill Grounds - Bating Pond - SNETT (S NE Trunk Trail) - EN Jenckes (historic) - Hunt Pond - Weeks Pond - Edgewood Golf Course - Bosma's Historic Hoop Barn

DOUGLAS ANTIQUE / COLLECTIBLE FLEA MARKET 
Bosma Historic Dutch, Hoop Barn Northeast Main St, Douglas, MA 01516 508-278-6027 (week only) 508-476-3298 (weekends only)
Contact: Marlene Bosma Email address: bosma@USAdatanet.net

DOUGLAS HISTORICAL SOCIETY E.N. JENCKES STORE MUSEUM 
283 Main Street, Douglas, MA 01516 508-476-3856
Contact: Jean Pybas

Enjoy a typical small town country store of a hundred years ago restored by the Douglas Historical Society. This site was the lifeblood of the community, selling everything from ladders to lace, furniture to feather plumes.

WALLIS POND WALK - DOUGLAS STATE FOREST 
Douglas State Forest, gate at the causeway. 508-341-4876

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