Collyer Brook Public Access site is located at the corner of Route 100 and Mayall Rd. It is owned and managed by the Maine Bureau of Public Land.
Maps will be coming.
Currently, you can park on the shoulder of Route 100 and walk down the edge of Collyer Brook. There is no formal trail. Be cautious as the bank is steep.
- Please respect various postings on private abutting land.
- Dogs are welcome, but on leash or voice control with strict attention to pet waste removal; bridges on the trail have open grids and are not suitable for many dogs.
- RRCT & You: RRCT relies heavily on volunteers and help from trail users like you. You may know more recent information about trail and Preserve conditions than we do. We invite you to be a thoughtful steward by acting as a respectful visitor, adhering to posted rules, and following Leave No Trace practices. RRCT’s small staff and volunteer Trail Crew is able to inspect and maintain RRCT Preserves infrequently; we ask you to report to us any issues you observe that you cannot address yourself, and especially to update us on any safety or public safety issues. Please help us on your visits with litter, pet waste, and minor trail issues. We also invite any information on needed or suggested updates to this webpage. Reach out in any way, most simply with an email to info@RRCT.org