Explore the best trails in Massachusetts with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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Excellent, kid friendly trails.

hiking
20 hours ago

Great find after hiking the Upper Charles RailTrail in Milford. Found remnants of old quarry buildings, probably, wish we knew what the wide stone stairway just off the railtrail was.

on Battle Road Trail

hiking
1 day ago

A nice trail, certainly kid and dog friendly. I was expecting something a little more challenging but still enjoyable. Done in mid-January.

The view from Tippling Rock is worth it, and Ford's Folly (south of Brimstone Lane) is fun to see.

Easy for first timers and very relaxing. the view of the river is great.

hiking
3 days ago

Great trail. Completed it in January. Beautiful. (Some spots icy)

3 days ago

Perfect place to go on a cold windy day.

Lovely to explore!

not sure where the loop was. kept walking and coming to crossroads. looks like someone's fields. bird houses in fields.

rock climbing
4 days ago

esay

Great trail, wide and well kept despite it being January. Just enough elevation changes to get the blood flowing. Close to the road but secluded enough that you don't hear too many cars. I enjoyed it quite a bit and will definitely go back.

Hidden gem! Hiked for over an hour with my dog and didn't see one person. To avoid construction you must make a loop with plantation trail.

I love this little Trail full of History. I'm a decendant of over four pilgrims, so it it's kind of nostalgic in a way to walk these Trails thinking of my ancestors. Thank God they came here in November and didn't have to deal with the bugs. lol