This trail is named for the late Garrett Goodbody, a longtime SLT board member and friend who single-handedly negotiated the purchase of the two parts of this preserve in 2000 and 2001. The preserve lies on the southern reach of Indian Mountain, and combines acres of high-value farmland with a protected corridor to the highest elevations on Indian Mountain. Spanning 107 acres, it features a loop trail that climbs to an elevation of 1,065 ft. Three separate viewpoints can be found along the trail—Sharon Valley, Millerton Valley, and Mudge Pond—each one featuring a bench on which to take in some of the most spectacular views in this area of Sharon. Between them lies a highly intact forest that offers habitat for a multitude of interior forest birds such as the scarlet tanager, Eastern wood pewee, and many species of woodland warblers. A spur trail near the Mudge Pond view will connect this to the VonAhn Preserve to the north.