Clambank Landing

Clambank Landing is a system-wide monitoring program (SWMP) site. 

Clambank Landing is located on Town Creek, roughly in the center of the Reserve. This landing serves as the main boat access for researchers in the reserve. Ancient shell middens indicate Native Americans once used this area, which was also the summer home of a rice planter in the late 1800s, and Bernard Baruch’s hunt cabin in the early 1900s.