Hide Map Reviews (14)Photos (28)Recordings (12)Heather Vieira on Ridge Hill Reserve6 days agoKrystal Harrington on Ridge Hill Reserve2 months agomy daughters first hike 5 miles at 5 years old she loved it.Niky Berrios on Ridge Hill Reserve2 months agoI was looking for something a bit more challenging but overall a good walk, easy for kids and nice sights!Kimberly Purcell on Ridge Hill Reserve3 months agoKimberly Purcell on Ridge Hill Reserve3 months agosolid hike for a Sunday with the baby.Jake Mooney on Ridge Hill Reserve4 months agoJulie Noyes on Ridge Hill Reserve7 months agohikingGreat 1st hike for 2016. Short but sweet. Little rocky and wet for my 71 yr old mom and small Yorkie but they were troopers and did well. We did go off trail by accident but "All Trails GPS app" was helpful. Glad past hikers noted that the gun range was close by because there was a lot of gun fire and would have been concerned.Ted M. on Ridge Hill Reserve8 months agohikingCompleted the Red Loop yesterday 12/26/15. Very nice hike of approximately 2.3 miles including the small mini loop off the main loop. This trail is dog friendly so we were able to take our dog and she also gives the trail a 4 star rating. The mill site was cool. Some wet area due to recent rain but nothing too bad. Overall flat terrain. We did not have time to explore the reservoir - maybe next time. I found the trail map by Googling the Dartmouth Land Trust and clicking on the link for this trail. They also had maps at the trail head kiosk.Missy Lavoie on Ridge Hill Reserve10 months agoMike Valler on Ridge Hill Reserve11 months agohikingI loved this dayhike. I took a couple youth along with me for the first time here and they loved it as well. We did the Red Trail but are looking forard to finishing the trails soon. We visited the amazing little beach area although it is beautiful, it's obviously used by other at night for partying as there are a couple old fire circles with beer cans and glass in the sand (be careful if barefoot) too bad some people have to ruin it... but it is an amzaing site, especially to hike out to, have a lunch and hike back. We did 3 miles with ease. You will hear the gun range which is just southwest of the trails. Just a bit of history on this the Copicut Reservoir, it was a old granite quarry which was filled in in late 70's and converted to the Reserve for the main Fall River Drinking reservior)Peter M. Iascone on Ridge Hill Reserve1 year agoNice winding Trail beautifully maintainedAndrew Koerner on Ridge Hill Reserve1 year agomountain bikingIf you have a GPS with you and don't mind adventuring great area.Hope Rymszewicz on Ridge Hill Reserve1 year agohikingRidge Hill is perfect if you want a nature walk that gives you a workout or a peaceful hike. The red trail is the longest and has a lycopod loop. This trail also consists of an old mill site alongside a stream with a small wooden bridge. Lush with plant life. Be sure to wear bright colors for safety precautions. Not just for hunting but the New Bedford Rod and Gun club is nearby!Paul P. on Ridge Hill Reserve3 years agohikingAnother fine reserve in the DNRT system; the trails are well-marked and provide access to a good variety of terrain and wildlife. Note that there is gun club to the southwest, so be careful not to cross onto their property and be prepared for the possibility of loud gunfire on some trails.