When you come to the farm, enjoy the serenity of a quit walk through the woods.
Bring your children or grandparents and grandchildren to a festival and take a hayride.
If you already have, did you know it was made possible by the foresight and work of one man?

Don McIntyre
April 15, 1947 - April 21, 2018

Don McIntyre was a longtime resident of Taylor-Bray Farm. He and his wife Lynn were the farm’s long serving caretakers and founding members of the Taylor-Bray Farm Preservation Association. 

Don loved this farm on the edge of the marsh and he worked tirelessly to maintain the property for the enjoyment of visitors. It was Don’s idea to build a trail suitable for walkers and hayrides.  He dedicated considerable effort to clearing underbrush and saplings to make his vision come to fruition. Over the years, “Farmer Don” took thousands of visitors on old fashioned, tractor drawn hayrides during the Association’s annual festivals celebrating the seasons at the farm.

Upon the recommendation of the Taylor-Bray Farm Preservation Association, the Yarmouth Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to name this wagon road, this pleasant loop through the woods,  the “Don McIntyre Trail”.

Think of Don as you enjoy a walk or festival hayride.

Taylor-Bray Farm Preservation Association
P.O. Box 66 – 108 Bray Farm Road North, Yarmouth Port, MA 02675