Destruction Brook Woods is a 5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near South Dartmouth, MA. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and horses. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Destruction Brook is a 6 mile trail located near South Dartmouth, Massachusetts. The trail is primarily used for hiking. Horses are also able to use this trail.
great walk meet lots of folks with there dogs no need to wear orange vest there is no hunting
perfect for wanting to be out in nature & away from everything else
easy walking or running but lengthy, sweet little cemetery off the path that is hidden during summer
A regular nearby favorite for our family. Just right for when you want to spend an hour or two walking and talking. Enjoy!
Did the yellow trail with wife and our 5 and 3 year old. beautiful and peaceful trail. will do the rest of the trails as soon as we can
I completed the red trail and parts of the green trail up to Gidley Cemetery. The weather was absolutely perfect with sunshine and light breeze along the way. The essence of peace and tranquility surrounds you every step of the way. I look forward returning for more beauty nature provides us.
nice easy going hike, no real strenuous parts. easily lost possibility if you're not constantly checking. map and app. nice for beginners
love it very hilly
Great trails! A few hills old rusty car and looks like old rusted horse carrier,cemetery lots of frogs butterflys ect.wildlife trails are well marked so very helpful
Lots of trails, I completed the red trail in less than an hour. Going back soon for sure!
Nice easy trail a bit crowded at the beginning with joggers
Nice short trail. Good place to get a quick day hike in. And the best part is it's about 10 minutes from my house.
I did the green trail... Loved it
ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! Great hiking!
Great open trails. Easy trail paths to follow. Cross bridges over beatiful stream.
A gentle Sunday morning hike. No serious ascents, and plenty of historical interest.
Love this for an easy early Sunday morning hike. Completed this in 2 hours.