About Cook's Canyon
Named for the small ravine in which Galloway Brook flows, Cook’s Canyon was once an early 20th-century tourist destination. The main attraction: a waterfall that descends in a series of cascades over rocky ledges.
- Galloway Brook, which flows over an old dam creating an impressive waterfall and rapids during times of high water.
- The stone walls that formerly encompassed Barre’s historic town "pound," constructed in the 1700s.
- Original site of Mass Audubon’s overnight camp, Wildwood, now located in Rindge, New Hampshire.
- Programs occasionally offered through Wachusett Meadow and Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuaries.
Trails: Daily, dawn to dusk
Free, donations appreciated