A mature forest of pines sway high above the waist-high blueberries. A wonderful, open feel is had in this closed canopy forest. Towhee and other forest birds also like the forest cover. Walkers can enjoy a series of unmarked woods roads passing though this forest. Established though a 147-acre land donation in 1990, additional acquisitions by the Green Acres Program have expanded the preserve. With planning and foresight, the Trust created the Pomona Woods Project Area, a vision for how the preserve might someday link to other nearby Trust properties and provide larger scale habitat protection in the area.
The preserve has limited roadside parking on Wrangleboro Road. Visitors may also gain foot access from Prague Avenue at the Atlantic City Expressway overpass. Land donation agreements prohibit hunting at this preserve.