Spittal Pond Travel Guide

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    Sign from the road 2011
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    Rocks with natural checkerboard...
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    Entrance sign 2011
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Spittal Pond Things to Do

  • Guided Tour

    We went to Spittal Pond for the 1 pm Friday tour. We saw Jeffrey's Hole, a cave named for an escaped slave who supposedly hid out here for several weeks with his girl friend bringing him food. We could look down from the bluffs to see parrot fish swimming below. We saw plants such as Palmetto: formerly used as thatch for roofs, baskets, hats, and...

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  • Guided Tour

    We went to Spittal Pond for the 1 pm Friday tour. We saw Jeffrey's Hole, a cave named for an escaped slave who supposedly hid out here for several weeks with his girl friend bringing him food. We could look down from the bluffs to see parrot fish swimming below.We saw plants such as Palmetto: formerly used as thatch for roofs, baskets, hats, and...

    more
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Spittal Pond Warnings and Dangers

  • Bus schedules

    The bus routes (Bus: 1) near here only have a bus about every 45 minutes at the end of the afternoon, so watch your time. Follow steep Knapton Hill Road west to South Road, turning at the sign for Spittal Pond

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  • Getting there

    The bus routes (Bus: 1) near here only have a bus about every 45 minutes at the end of the afternoon, so watch your time.Follow steep Knapton Hill Road west to South Road, turning at the sign for Spittal Pond

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    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

Spittal Pond Favorites

  • National Trust Reserve

    Spittal Pond park is 64 acres in size. 30 of the acres are owned by the National Trust (mainly fenced-in areas off limits to the public or the bird nature or sanctuary reserve proper). One section is privately owned with 3 houses on it. The origin of the name "Spittal" is obscure: it may mean "hospital for the poor and lower class people or for...

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  • National Trust Nature Reserve

    Spittal Pond park is 64 acres in size. 30 of the acres are owned by the National Trust (mainly fenced-in areas off limits to the public or the bird nature or sanctuary reserve proper). One section is privately owned with 3 houses on it.The origin of the name "Spittal" is obscure: it may mean "hospital for the poor and lower class people or for...

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