Hagemann Woods

Hagemann Woods is a 23.9-acre parcel of land acquired in 1998 from the Hagemann Family.


Hagemann Woods offers unusual rolling contours and includes forests of white pine, oak and red maple. The property has a myriad of walking trails, fire lanes, horse paths and animal tracks. This area of Marion was known as “The Great Swamp” for its extensive wetlands and past vernal pools. Native American trails traversed Hagemann Woods from the sacred Fall Harvest Campground at Great Hill to Sippican Harbor.


The parking area for Hagemann Woods is located off of Point Road approximately two miles south of the intersection of Route 6 (Wareham Road) and Point Road in Marion.

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Hagemann Woods

Sippican Lands Trust Rules and Regulations

  • Our land is open from sunrise to sunset.
  • No Drugs or Alcohol.
  • Pets should be under their owner’s control and dispose of pet waste thoughtfully.
  • No smoking or fires.
  • No motorized vehicles.
  • No littering.
  • No camping.
  • Leave the plants, animals, and geology as you find them.
  • No hunting on SLT property, except with SLT's permission.
  • No unauthorized postings on SLT properties.
  • Parking for visitors of the Sippican Lands Trust, where applicable. Not all properties have dedicated parking.