More about Natalie White Preserve
The easy 0.25-mile trail heads north across an open field, then downhill toward a wooded area with a boardwalk. It then crosses a stone wall and to the hilltop and Natalie White Memorial sculpture which was created by Natalie’s father, sculptor Robert White. A lovely spot for a quiet picnic, the hilltop affords distant views of the rolling hills and farmlands of Roxbury and beyond. The preserve was donated by William and Rose Styron in 1975 and 2001, with the donation of 0.41 acres by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Adams in 1976.