Toad Knoll

Located a half mile to the west of the bridge over the Ashaba, Toad Knoll takes its name from an upwelling of an intermittent natural spring that makes the ground marshy at its base and accounts for a bumper crop of toads and frogs in the spring months. At one time most of the trees were cleared from this area when the region was inhabited.

Shadowdale (1368 DR).