Weir Hill Reservation Trail is a 2.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near North Andover, MA that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from December until February. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
cross country skiing
Great hiking and biking! Signage is abundant and exact.
Great trail with nice view of lake
A LOT of dogs not on leashes. Trash and dog poo on trail and high traffic.
Took my 4 year old kids and 1 year old pup here today and was a great walk. Did about 2 hours. Very kid and dog friendly. We will be back.
Enjoyed a great, quiet walk with my son who is 7. We both had a great time and the trails were wonderful!!!
Great trail especially for the dogs definitely will do again
A nice walk on well maintained trails. Very popular and usually very busy. Not a good loop for solitude.
Great Hike, so many dogs!!!!
Great Walk. Very nice terrain variation
Frequent visitor, great for walking, trail runs, snowshoeing .. Great views of lake, and peaceful woodland areas
Did this loop in my husband's hometown. A very beautiful day for a hike, lot of geocaches were found here. Would definitely go back, loved the pond.
Great hike with the dogs! It does get pretty muddy in the spring, make sure to bring the appropriate shoe wear. Pretty view at the top of the hill.
Short and pretty easy, but a nice place for a quick hike/run. We added 40lbs to our rucks and added some burpees and lounges to make up for the short distance.
Hi - Mon. 11/11/2013 if anyone is walking Weir Park in N. Andover this week
Please keep an eye out for our little brown dog Sasha
We are so upset and worried. She is old going deaf /blind
If you see her please call animal control at 978-683-3168
Thankyou very much
Great Saturday afternoon find! Wanted to stay local to make our late afternoon plans and these trails were perfect. Mostly trail walking with a couple of steeper inclines. Lots of friendly pups and people.
Very nice trail to walk during a lunch break...
Very easy walk. Dogs are allowed off leash on this trail, so it's a favorite local trip for my dog and I.