Amethyst Brook Conservation Area
Amethyst Brook Conservation Area is loved for its extensive trail network along the brook, for walking, running, and biking. You can also relax by the water, build some rock cairns on the shore line. Or bring your kids to play in the water. Dogs and their owners also enjoy the woodland trails.
The Dorie Goldman Trail, built and maintained by Kestrel Land Trust, continues through land trust land and conservation land in Pelham, which hooks up to the Robert Frost Trail. Adjacent to these lands are woodlands and farmland owned by private landowners, which allow for respectful public access.
From the trailhead parking lot on Pelham Road, you can also enjoy the fields, which are home to some Community Gardens.
In winter, it is a good place to cross country ski on the first days of new snow.
- Walk or jog
- Nature photography
- Play in the streams
- Build cairns
- Cross-country ski
- Three wooden bridges cross Amethyst Brook, providing places to pause to enjoy the water
- Families with young children
- Dogs who love nature
- Trail is open from sun-up to sun-down every day, all year
- Parking area is available on Pelham Road
- Dogs are allowed off leash until 10 am