Visit Hurd State Park and enjoy scenic views of the Connecticut River while surrounded by nature.

hiking
3 days ago

mountain biking
8 days ago

hiking
27 days ago

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Great daily hike. I go often with the dogs. They know every trail backwards. There's actually a bunch of unknown deep woods trails. Great hidden hikes. Deeper trails lead to George Dudley Park and Higganum Meadows.
Split rock trail has a great view and vet looking the water and if trailed follow down it will lead to waterfront, picnic tables, port o potties.

hiking
4 months ago

on Hurd State Park

hiking
5 months ago

ANYBODY KNOW WHERE TO PARK? Went there, no clue where to park, ended up doing Hubbard Brook Preserve Scovill Loop instead :(

on Bear Hill Loop

hiking
5 months ago

Not a bad trail, could've been marked better, and wish there had been some water (all the streams were bone dry) but our dogs enjoyed it, and we had the trail to ourselves the entire time.

mountain biking
6 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

Anyone know where you should park? There's no place near the trail head I can see of?

mountain biking
7 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

Fun trail - more on the difficult side of moderate. Lots of rocky sections. Beautiful scenery. Saw some mountain bikers who loved the trail as well.

hiking
9 months ago

hiking
9 months ago

hiking
9 months ago

We spent the biggest part of the day hiking the various trails of this State Park. It was a relatively easy hike with a couple of nice overlooks. The trails were well marked and there were picnic areas and rest rooms scattered throughout the park. I was disappointed by the amount of time we spent hiking former roads, gravel roads, and currently used roads instead of being on hiking trails. I sometimes felt that we were going for a Sunday walk instead of a hike. The red trail took us down a hill overlooking the Connecticut River that was picture worthy. Here we found a couple of large trees that beavers had previously damaged. This is also where we found a discarded hypodermic needle and syringe. Hikers Beware!!!

Proceeding along the yellow trail, we enjoyed our lunch on a picnic table overlooking Carlson Pond. It was a pretty little area that added to the days enjoyment. We saved the best for last and visited Split Rock and River Vista next. It was an ok view but again we were reminded of being in an inner city as the graffiti artists marked the overlook. Hiking with my family made this day enjoyable, but the negatives outweighed the positives on this particular hike. There are many hikes I've done that I would like to do again in another season. This is not one of them.