Watershed Trail Access
General Rules and Regulations of the Watershed
Water related activities are strictly prohibited. No swimming, fishing, boating, ice skating, or ice fishing are allowed on any of the Districts’ public water supply reservoirs, including BOULTER POND, MIDDLE POND, FOLLY POND and BELL MARSH RESERVOIR (KITTERY’S supply) or CHASE’S POND and WELCH’S POND (YORK’S supply). Foot travel only, within 250’ of the normal high water mark of any of the above listed reservoirs, unless you are on an approved trail. Other prohibited activities include tree cutting, burning of fires of any kind at any time, camping and any other activity that would anyway degrade the land or water supply. There is a “carry in, carry out policy, no littering.
The Watershed ATV Permit is available and only issued to residents of the towns that are served by the Kittery and York Water districts including Kittery, Kittery Point, Eliot, York and Cape Neddick.to view in a PDF file format. Download your Watershed ATV Permit Application here.
All dogs must be on a leash and the person responsible for the dog must carry a waste removal bag at all times!!!
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