Highlands, on the north side of Farragut Road, is categorized by our biologists as a Tuliptree forest. It is very different from the Chestnut Oak forest across Farragut. Here, the dominant tree is the Tulip Poplar, a species that tends to grow in abandoned farm fields. Within this section are roads that predate the resort years and, on the highest ground in Bay Ridge, the remnants of an old homestead. Also in this section is Kass Park, the community recreation area named for the family that bought the Bay Ridge woods in the 1940s and sold it to BRCA in 2002. As of Oct 2, 2020, only two plots (64 and 82) remain available for adoption in this section of our forest.

For more information or questions email adoptaplot@bayridge.org.