ANNOUNCEMENT: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District Recreation Sites Mask Policy
The mask policy at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District recreation sites is based on local and state-specific guidance and requirements. Visitors to our parks and facilities need to ensure they are following the latest applicable local and state guidance.
There are many things you can do at Conant Brook Dam. Spring brings a renewed interest in fishing and for mountain biking. Conant Brook is part of the MBW Trail a trail that goes through the towns of Monson, Brimfield and Wales. During winter time cross-country skiing and snowshoeing can be enjoyed by the family on the wide trails.
In fall the colorful leaves make the rolling hills and the river valley a photographers delight. Scenic views can be enjoyed throughout the area.
Hunting for deer, turkey, and other small game is allowed in the forested wetland and upland areas of the project. Hunting and fishing are permitted in accordance with Massachusetts fish and game laws. Licenses are required and available at the local town halls.
Park Rangers are available to present interpretive programs about the project.
The natural environment of Conant Brook Dam reflects the diverse nature and beauty of New England. Forested, rolling hills frame the river valley in which numerous wildlife species find a home.
Our goal is to manage these resources for future generations to enjoy. You can help by being good stewards of our public lands. You can volunteer to assist with recreation and natural resource management.
- Updated: June 1, 2022