On Saturday, September 26 (Raindate - Sunday, September 27) join us in Wendell State Forest, in Wendell, Massachusetts for our biggest fundraiser yet! It's a day long celebration featuring food, crag tours, raffles, climbing competitions, entertainment, clinics and more! Free parking and camping available all in beautiful Wendell State Forest.Ticket information:Day of the event - $25Online through PayPal - $20 (enter Rendezvous in purpose field)
The Wendell State Forest located south of the Millers River, Wendell State Forest covers 7,566 acres of rolling forested hills, streams, ponds, and trails. Purchased in the 1920s the area had been heavily burned during the early 1900s. Some of the park development and most of the road systems are attributed to Civilian Conservation Corps activities in the 1930s. Ruggles Pond is the main day-use area. This 10 acre pond offers crystal clear water for swimming and fishing. Picnic sites and a ball field with a pavilion are located nearby. There is a small boat launching ramp located at the Northern end of Wickett Pond. The Metacomet-Monadnock Trail traverses the forest boundaries and offers a small Adirondack shelter for trail users.
Park DirectionsWendell State Forest is located in the northeast part of central Massachusetts. From the east or west: Take Rte. 2 to Rte. 63 south through Miller Falls, Wendell Rd. over R.R. bridge, take Montague Rd. and follow signs. From the north or south: Take Rte 47 North to Route 63 North. Travel approximately 6 miles and follow lead in signs approximately 2 miles to the Park Headquarters.