Noanet Woodlands Reservation is a 3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Dover, Massachusetts that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
cross country skiing
Nice trail to bring your dog and see a view
Fun! Only find part of Noanet Peak trail moderate the rest is easy. Combine red, yellow, blue to extend your hike.
Great place to take dogs!! Dogs are allowed off leash after the parking lot. The Trustees have an app with maps of their properties and also tend to have paper maps available. Even when it is busy, I do not see a lot of people because there are so many different trails. My dog takes me somewhere new all the time. He loves swimming in the ponds when possible. He never gets tired of this place! Great for kids and bikes. Be aware that horses are welcome in the property so show curtesy to them (be quiet around them,let the rider know you are there, control your dogs/kids)
Fun walk with the kids.
Nice trail, very clean but very wooded. The view from the top is nice but there is not a lot of elevation changes. Trail markers maps spots along the way made it pretty easy to not get lost. Also would categorize this hike as "Easy".
Great short hike for kids and dogs.
Great loop, well maintained. Just wish the peak view had a better tree line sight and the mill/waterfall was dried up in drought season
This was a great hike. The Trustees do an awesome job maintaining the trails. There were also paper maps at the trail head you could take with you. i love that the numbers on trees lined up with points on the map so you could easily figure out where you were.
We hiked to the peak to see Boston and then continued on to see the dam. it ended up being a lovely 3.5ish mile loop. Passed some bikers and dog walkers, that were all really friendly!
some technical stuff, some single track that you have to search for, overall a very fun place to ride