Lyman Reserve Trail

Wareham, Massachusetts 2571

Lyman Reserve Trail

Lyman Reserve Trail Professional Review and Guide

"Looking to escape the crowds of the Cape or just want a change of scenery from the beach? Try the Theodore Lyman Reserve on Buttermilk Bay. You’ll still get to play on a sandy beach, but you’ll also get to hike near a freshwater stream, and through freshwater wetlands and forested uplands. Red Brook, which flows through the property to Buttermilk Bay, is home to one of the last remaining native sea-run brook trout (“salters”) fisheries on this side of the country.

Check rules and regulations before you go, but you may even want to carry along a fishing pole (or at least a stick with a string attached so the kids can “pretend” fish). The reserve was once a fishing camp and honors Theodore Lyman III, who worked hard to protect it."

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Trail Information

Wareham
Nearby City
2
Distance
Minimal
Elevation Gain
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
1.5 hours
Duration
Year-round
Season
The Trustees of Reservations, South Coast Region
Local Contacts
USGS Wareham, Sagamore
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018