Old Yarmouth Nature Trails

Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts

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An attractive blend of uplands and restored forest, complemented by a lovely pond environment, this property was given to the community by the Thacher family, whose forebears were early settlers of this part of the Cape. The trail system comprises a pair of interlocking loops. The larger one is about 1.0 mile around; a smaller loop circles Miller Pond. This walking habitat is another good choice for families or novice hikers— you follow trail markers that guide you through varied natural habitats along a mostly flat trail system. And the network is short enough to get you and your party back to the parking lot with the rest of the day to explore Yarmouth Port, the mid-Cape town’s most scenic and historic section. Be sure to drive down Mill Lane to where a tidal inlet enters from Cape Cod Bay and then down Center Street to the 900-foot boardwalk at Gray’s Beach.

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"An attractive blend of uplands and restored forest, complemented by a lovely pond environment, this property was given to the community by the Thacher family, whose forebears were early settlers of this part of the Cape. The trail system comprises a pair of interlocking loops. The larger one is about 1.0 mile around; a smaller loop circles Miller Pond.

This walking habitat is another good choice for families or novice hikers— you follow trail markers that guide you through varied natural habitats along a mostly flat trail system. And the network is short enough to get you and your party back to the parking lot with the rest of the day to explore Yarmouth Port, the mid-Cape town’s most scenic and historic section. Be sure to drive down Mill Lane to where a tidal inlet enters from Cape Cod Bay and then down Center Street to the 900-foot boardwalk at Gray’s Beach."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Yarmouth Port
Distance: 1.5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Best Spring through Fall
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
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May 2018