This three-acre preserve was donated by Carol and George Correard in 2002. It has existed as open space for many years, and is preserved as a wildlife sanctuary. The preserve itself encompasses three acres, primarily of sugar maple forest. It is accessible via a foot-only travel easement along a five-foot wide strip of land along a stone wall. The preserve has a variety of ferns and seasonal perennials, such as jack-in-the-pulpit and lily. There are currently no trails.