Explore the most popular trails in Oxford Furnace Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Parts of the trails aren’t exactly obvious and almost confusing. I had to backtrack at a point to find the trail. I didn’t have enough time to really explore. A lot of the bridges need maintenance It’s a very beautiful place

This is a short loop and well blazed in the beginning but poorly blazed at the end. Rocky a muddy. Not flat when you get past Lake. This would be a 5 if blazed correctly.

Hiked (much?) of the park a few days ago. I question much because there seemed to be a fair number of secondary trails not shown on All trails map. No printed trail maps were available at the park and probably would have been useful if the smaller trails are shown. Great park that has a bit of everything. Marshy area (with wooden bridges). heavily wooded trails, stream views, hilly sections. For a smaller park you feel quite secluded. The trails start off wide and well maintained by the pond and quickly become tighter and rockier.

Monday, November 13, 2017

Seems like a lesser traveled set of trails - at some points a bit unsure of the trail due to fall leaves covering the forest floor, but lots of markers on trees once you get past the lake. There were no trail maps available, but I used the AllTrails map on my phone and was able to ensure I was heading in the right direction. Hiked with a 5 year old 2.5 miles, and we did enjoy the day. Great for kids.

great for kids

Really nice place. Was here in the end of summer(September ish) and the trails were not well kept and grown over. I had my dog with me and wasn't able to go far, only to lake and down the trail a bit.

I like to bring the kids here and pick blackberries and raspberries

Monday, May 29, 2017