Accepted as a donation to the Trust in 1995, this property provides watershed protection to one headwater section of the Mulhockaway Creek. The forested site was once farmland and a few old apple and fruit trees from the farm's orchard can still be found. The stream flow can sometimes dry up in summer months, however, wildlife still find the area provides needed food and cover.
It is recommended that the public use parking facilities at the adjoining NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife’s Clinton Wildlife Management Area located on Van Syckles Road. Since the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife has a strong enforcement presence at the adjoining wildlife management area, the Trust allows deer hunting at this preserve without the need for registration.