Town owned with CELT easement
Off of Sawyer Road. Get directions to this trail.
Parking is available on the sides of Sawyer Road next to and across from mailbox #1147. There are two small parking areas and trailheads for Winnick Woods available on Sawyer Road and Eastman Road. Cross Hill has no dedicated central trailhead or parking, but access is available throughout the neighborhood at the Greenbelt Trail signs.
Dyer-Hutchinson, along with Winnick Woods and Cross Hill, make up nearly 200 acres of complementary preserves. Excellent wildlife viewing opportunities abound throughout the varied terrain and land types found on these three properties.
Connecting with Cross Hill and Winnick Woods, the Dyer-Hutchinson trail rambles through open scrub and densely forested woods. Popular recreational activities in this area include mountain biking, trail running and snowshoeing.The Dyer-Hutchinson 50-acre conservation easement was donated by Thomas L. Hinkle in order to protect historic property. The house is protected by a historical preservation easement and portions of the property are managed for sustainable forestry and as a commercial cut-your-own Christmas tree farm.
Please see Town Greenbelt Trails Map for rules.