Cronk's Rocky Woodland
Cronk's Rocky Woodland was given to the Council in 1977 by Gertrude Cronk in memory of Corydon P. Cronk. This woodland preserve of native wildflowers was next to their home at 10 Crown Ridge Road and had been in their possession for nearly thirty years. Cronk's Rocky Woodland is now fenced with a gate at the entrance on Crown Ridge Road and includes a rustic cabin and a marked nature trail. An experienced wildflower gardener maintains the garden, and the Wellesley Garden Club participates in the annual clean-up. Some of the beautiful wildflowers found here are Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Pink Lady's-slippers, Jacob's Ladder, Yellow Trout Lily, Black Cohosh and many other varieties.