In accordance with the Department of Justice’s amended regulation implementing Title III of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regarding "Other Power‐Driven Mobility Devices,” Mashomack Preserve has completed an assessment of our public areas and trails. While some types of OPDMDs can be accommodated, there are necessary restrictions on their use. Please download and review the policy prior to your visit.
Get out on the land! Mashomack Preserve is a museum of life in progress, a sanctuary where the natural cycles of flora, fauna, and ecosystems are allowed to endure free from human interference. We invite you to visit and explore Mashomack and to experience its unique beauty.
Five well-marked land trails and a marine water trail offer over 20 miles of varying lengths and difficulty. A wheelchair-accessible trail is located close to the visitor center, where you will find literature, displays, and a small gift shop. Volunteers provide guidance and answer questions daily in the summer and on weekends during the rest of the year. Mashomack also offers nature programs and guided hikes throughout the year. Download a land trail map and a marine water trail map and start planning your visit!
In order to protect the delicate ecosystems and biodiversity of the Preserve, we ask that you abide by the following rules: