Broad Brook Wetland Park & Trail
Go for a Walk, Stay for a Ball Game
Established in 2013 to protect Yarmouth’s wetlands, the Broad Brook Wetland Park is popular with walkers and runners (and ducks and geese) alike. Keep an eye out for interpretive signs along the way. Adjacent to the park, there are three baseball fields, where you might be able to catch a game.
Starting Point: Forest St. Parking at ball fields (follow sign)
Distance: 750 metres to Argyle St., 400 metres to Pleasant St.
Time: 10 minutes one way
Description: Linear; stone dust footpath, grassy footpath, partly follows Broad Brook
Attractions: Wetland park established in 2013; interpretive signs
Route: At entrance there are 2 options. 1) footpath goes S to Southeast St., cross the street and continue S to Argyle St. 2) continue R, side branch goes W to Pleasant St. at Albert St. A branch of the trail into the wetlands can be accessed from Southeast St.