Star Of The Sea – Dartmouth
- Star Of The Sea Reserve
- Star Of The Sea Road, Dartmouth, MA
- Trailhead: 41°35’44.57″N, 70°57’55.13″W
- Last Time Hiked: July 20, 2016
- Approximate distance hiked: 1.4 miles
Star Of The Sea is a well hidden property along the west side of the same named road. There are two trail heads along the road. Only the northern trail head is marked with a small sign on a fence post. There is a larger kiosk just a few feet into the woods with more information. This hike consists of doing both the red blazed and blue blazed loops as well as the red blazed connector trail and a visit out to the old causeway. The tree and grass covered causeway offers views of a marsh and the upper reaches of the Apponagansett River. The loop trails meander around the wooded areas of the property occasionally crossing seasonal streams. Hunting is allowed on portions of this hike.
Trail maps can be found at: Star Of The Sea