Red Brook Trail Network

Large white pineThe Red Brook Trail Network is a collaboration between the Wareham Land Trust, the Onset Water District and the Trustees, as the trail system winds through land owned by all three entities. Come explore the Red Brook watershed and adjacent Atlantic Coastal Pine Barrens. The Red Brook Trail Network includes three new loops that can be accessed through the already existing trails at the Trustees’ Lyman Reserve.  Of the three, Jasper’s Trail and Turtle Trail are complete and open beginning October 30, 2023. The third, Kora’s Trail, will be completed during the winter of ’23-’24. The trail system wanders along the river, through the woods, and around several abandoned cranberry bogs. Some sections have relatively steep terrain, particularly on Turtle Trail; visitors should be able to hike trails of moderate difficulty.

Directions: From Wareham, turn on Red Brook Road from Route 6. You will cross Red Brook less than a mile down the road where the road changes names (to Head of Bay Road) and you cross into Plymouth. The parking lot for the Red Brook Trail System is available at the main Lyman Reserve parking lot on your left immediately after crossing the river and entering Plymouth.

Head of Bay Road, Plymouth, MA  (Wareham/Plymouth town line)  41.76429, -70.63136




























Use the following link to download a printable version of the trail map: Red Brook Trail Network map


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