Visit Properties

With your support, Opacum has helped conserve 3,852 acres of land, this includes:
  • 10 properties and 804 acres that we own and manage.
  • 18 properties and 1,637 acres that are owned by a town or private landowner, but that we are responsible for protecting and have permanently conserved through a Conservation Restriction. Click here to learn more about Conservation Restrictions (also called Easements).
  • 1,411 acres that we’ve helped other organizations, towns or individuals conserve.

Many of these properties are open to the public with trails for you to enjoy! Check out the list below and don’t forget to review our trail guidelines before heading out .


Acres Protected



Trail Use Rules & Reminders

Just as each property has unique features, many also have unique rules and allowable activities. Make sure to check out the individual property page for specifics, especially for properties not owned by Opacum, in addition to these general rules:

  • Be Prepared! Carry adequate equipment and supplies, watch the weather. Print or download a trail map and pay attention to trail markers.
  • Park in designated areas only- see property page for instructions
  • Please “carry in, carry out” your trash and pet waste. Pick up any litter you find on the trail.
  • Respect other users
  • Help us protect nature- please leave all plants, wildlife, rocks, etc for others to enjoy and stay on marked trails.
  • Pets must be kept on a leash at all times.
  • No motorized vehicles allowed.
  • No fires allowed
  • Obey all signs about property use & especially No Trespassing & Private Property.
  • Geocaching is allowed with permission. Click here for full policy.
  • Hunting is allowed on many properties- wear orange during hunting season & check each property page for specific rules
  • Enjoy!

Other Info

  • If you see a trail hazard, want to report something on our trails or to provide feedback- please email
  • Our properties are maintained by an amazing group of volunteers- and we can always use more help! Email us at to find out how you can help.