In cooperation with the Wellfleet Conservation Commission and Town Open Space Committee there are several contiguous properties which provide opportunities for the public to enjoy walking, photography, good exercise and all the other benefits of our Town’s valuable natural resources. When visiting these Conservation lands, please use designated parking areas and stay on the trails.
You should see a sign at each trailhead identifying it as the start of a trail in conservation land. There is also a QR code, such as the one for the Bayberry Hill Conservation Area shown to the left here.
A QR, or Quick Response Code is a two-dimensional barcode or machine-readable optical label. You can use it and your smartphone to find a trail guide with map for the specific trail.
The location of Wellfleet Conservation Trust lands are shown on the map below and on the sidebar map on each page of this site.
Trail guides and maps
- Bayberry Hill Conservation Area
- Box Turtle Woods Conservation Area
- Clover Trail Conservation Area
- Drummer Cove Conservation Area
- Fox Island Marsh and Pilgrim Spring Woodlands Conservation Area
- Walker Trail Conservation Area
Trail activity sheets
Trail evaluation for ages 5-12