Owen’s Mere was a gift to the trust from Charles A. and Mabel D. Owen. The main feature is the man made pond over one-half acre in size, created by an earthen dam on King’s Brook. The dam on the west side has had a large number of small and medium sized trees removed to preserve its integrity. Large rhododendrons growing somewhat back from the south shore were planted quite a few years ago by Margaret Taylor.

About the Property

Location: Mansfield, Connecticut. On South Eagleville Road, near Separatist Road
Donors: Charles and Mabel Owen
Acres: 8.8 acres
Preserved in: 1995
Steward: Jack Fulton

Trail Information

Trail Map: Click here for the trail map. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view or print our trail maps.
Directions: 0.1 mile west of the intersection of South Eagleville Road (Route 275) and Separatist Road in Storrs. The entrance is on the north side of South Eagleville Road. The pond in the preserve is a fire pond and the entrance to the driveway must be kept clear for fire trucks so take care to keep the driveway clear.