Rich in natural beauty and steeped in history, this trail through “Gunnunks Garden” is an East End gem.
       
     
 It's not really a garden but an inviting oak/beech forest with large shimmering vernal pools and splendid views of Fort Pond Bay, Block Island Sound, and the wetlands of Culloden Point, named for the  Culloden , a British warship that wrecked on the coast during the American Revolution.
       
     
 Sparkling pools appear in wetlands along the trail.
       
     
 Rich in natural beauty and steeped in history, this trail through “Gunnunks Garden” is an East End gem.
       
     

Rich in natural beauty and steeped in history, this trail through “Gunnunks Garden” is an East End gem.

 It's not really a garden but an inviting oak/beech forest with large shimmering vernal pools and splendid views of Fort Pond Bay, Block Island Sound, and the wetlands of Culloden Point, named for the  Culloden , a British warship that wrecked on the coast during the American Revolution.
       
     

It's not really a garden but an inviting oak/beech forest with large shimmering vernal pools and splendid views of Fort Pond Bay, Block Island Sound, and the wetlands of Culloden Point, named for the Culloden, a British warship that wrecked on the coast during the American Revolution.

 Sparkling pools appear in wetlands along the trail.
       
     

Sparkling pools appear in wetlands along the trail.