Conservation Areas Information
The Wayland Conservation Commission has 19 major Conservation Areas with trails for hiking and other passive recreation. The Conservation Commission is responsible for the protection and care of diverse conservation lands that include wetlands, sensitive habitats, trails and other open spaces. Many of these properties have trail maps, which can be found above. Click on the property name for more information and directions to parking.
The Land Stewardship Program is always looking for new volunteers in helping to maintain our current properties. If you would like to get more information about assisting the Conservation Department, please read the information below or call us at 508- 358-3669.
To see what wildlife has been seen around the various Conservation Areas, please click on each property name above. Maps to our properties are available at the Conservation Department or you can look at the list above, where you can download our maps.
Click here to find the Conservation Area nearest you. For directions, call the Conservation Office at 508-358-3669
The stewardship program is responsible for the management of the properties that the Wayland Conservation Commission owns and for the monitoring and oversight of conservation restrictions. Further information on the stewardship program can be found here.