Awtrey Dell


Hyde Brook runs through this woodsy hollow surrounded by back yards. Wildlife include deer, coyotes, wild turkeys, and warblers.

From a Conservators board member: “That’s my old neighborhood. I first started bird watching as a kid by climbing a huge pine tree there, and being totally amazed by all the spring warblers.”


Size: 0.5 acres    Longest Walk: 0.1 miles (no marked trails)    Acquired: 2005



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Access is via a path next to the driveway of the last house on the right on Sargent Park.

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Owned by the Newton Conservators

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Tony and Pam Awtrey purchased their house on Sargent Park and a one-acre lot that fronted on Park Street.


The lot was subdivided, and the Awtreys donated the rear parcel of land to Newton Conservators for conservation, public enjoyment, and nature study.


Woods Trail

Additional Information

Newton Assessor’s Map ID: 72023 0042A