Posted on January 17, 2014 and last updated on February 01, 2022

Pratt’s Brook Park, Yarmouth


  • Preserve Size: 220 acres
  • Trail Mileage: ~6 miles in network
  • Pets: yes
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Sights: woods, meadows, streams

The 220-acre Pratt’s Brook Park, with about six miles of trails, is a great gift for Yarmouth residents and others. Popular with dog walkers, this park makes for wonderful skiing after a fresh fall of powdery snow. It is groomed by volunteers. The trails are well marked, with periodic maps at intersections.

Directions: There are three parking areas for the three trailheads; the largest is off North Road. The parking area off Ledge Road is big enough for eight or so cars, while Berryfield Road can accommodate five or so vehicles. North Road parking is about 1.2 miles from East Main Street, on the right (or on the left, 0.1 mile south of the intersection of East Elm and North Road). Berryfield Road is a side road off of Granite Street just over a mile from the 4-way intersection with East Main Street (east of Transfer Station), with parking on the right. Ledge Road parking about 1.2 miles from North Road or about 0.4 mile from Granite Street, the entrance is about 150 feet east of Mountfort Road on the south side of the road, with parking on a wide soft shoulder.


Let me know if you have any trail updates or corrections!