Adams Farm Trail

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Adams Farm

Adams Farm Trail is a 10.8 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Walpole, Massachusetts that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 10.8 km Elevation Gain: 78 m Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

mountain biking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

forest

views

wildlife

bugs

running
bugs
muddy
rocky
19 days ago

nice little trail. good for dog people and older and slower people. no challenge. lot's of wildlife is best part. saw a lone female turkey like 8 feet away before it ran off.

hiking
30 days ago

Decent trails. Moderate to heavily trafficked depending on where you are on the route. One of those ‘what you make of it kind of hikes.’ Close to everything, if everything was open!

hiking
1 month ago

Would Be great for mountain biking ... kind of boring flat trails in the woods

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

Beautiful trail! Very well maintained. One part got a little tricky but the trails all meet up with each other so you’ll eventually find your way. A lot of mud, but that’s to be expected after all the rainfall we just had. A good # of people out today too; also to be expected with what’s going on right now. Stay safe and happy trails!

hiking
2 months ago

Great trail. Mostly wide and well worn. Gotta love dogs (we do)! Somehow got slightly lost, no idea how. Clean porta potty and ample parking at trailhead. Nice big fields and woodsy areas. Some hills but nothing too tough.

hiking
bugs
8 months ago

There were LOTS of bugs. Not mosquitos so much as annoying little gnats that bug spray didn’t get rid of. The trail is really nice but if you follow the wrong trail you’ll end up going around in circles. I did that. Twice. I didn’t do the full 6.7 because I got so frustrated with it. The trails themselves are really nice.

hiking
bugs
11 months ago

My girlfriend and I take the dog here on the regular. Terrific mostly easy trails, Bring bug spray gets buggy in the summer. Dog friendly! Woodsy quiet trails, can have icy spots in the winter. Many birds and deer and other animals have been seen. There are a couple streams for your dogs to cool off in. Plenty of free parking! (sometimes you may hear gunshots as there is a gun club a few miles away on the other side of the back end of the trail, so don’t be scared)

hiking
bugs
11 months ago

beautiful farm land in wooded trails very easy walking. Flys were vicious

hiking
bugs
11 months ago

running
muddy
Thu Mar 28 2019

For the most part the trail was in good condition but a few spots, due to thawing, were a bit muddy.

Sun Aug 19 2018

My happy place a lot of the time! Great trails and lots of friendly people.

walking
Thu Jul 19 2018

A pleasant walk in the woods on an idyllic day. It’s quite surprising to find such serenity just off North St.

hiking
Thu Apr 19 2018

I've never been up on the north side of this property so set out in that direction. Went as far as I could, on the horse trails and via the power lines. At one point I could see the Bubbling Brook Ice Cream place in the distance! Came around and into property behind Westwood Gun Club. This area has older, unmaintained trails. A nice trek nonetheless, JUST DO IT!

running
Wed Apr 18 2018

I have trail run and hiked here for the past 3 years. I have found many of the people to be neighborly and courteous. There are quite a few dogs off leash but within voice range of owners and well trained and the there are others who should not be off leash. The trails are great and marked well. And I always look forward to a day in the woods there. Many families on foot, also men and women on bikes. I am heading there again today to get my 6 miles in! I highly recommend it as well as donating to keep the trails maintained !

walking
Sun Apr 01 2018

This was a pleasant way to get outside today. The blue trail was well marked and well maintained... lots of trees down from recent storms, but none obstructing the path. As others have noted, people do not keep their dogs on leash here, despite instructions to do so. About 50 robins feeding on the field at the entrance. Looking forward to seeing more birds on future visits, and to enjoying it in the fall.

running
Tue Nov 14 2017

Very nice! Impressive property and quite massive at 700+ acres. Bring your AT app so you can do a bit of bushwhacking. Enjoy!

hiking
Tue Oct 31 2017

Can’t beat fall in New England, Very well marked trails

mountain biking
Sat Jun 03 2017

Trails aren't bad as of 6/3/17. Some mud from the horses. All around in good shape. Lots of root/rock gardens to play with. Poorly marked trails and bad map. Easier to navigate using the sun. Solid ride though.

Mon May 15 2017

love Adams farm, always a classic. trails are not super well marked, I have gotten lost multiple times. my dog loves this hike but we have been avoiding the area due to numerous reports of coyotes on the property

Sat Apr 01 2017

Busy a lot of the time, but a fun easy place to hike if you have kids or a dog.

mountain biking
Thu Jul 07 2016

Great single track. Fun work out.

Tue Apr 21 2015

Began at 999 North St. (Main farm location). Plenty of parking. Hiked blue trail. Easy. Doubled back to do part of it twice. Total time 73 minutes; 3.2 miles

hiking
Sun Aug 24 2014

Completed the Blue trail today. Looking forward to exploring more of this place.

hiking
Sat Nov 30 2013

This was my first time at Adams Farm, a sunny but brisk end-of-November day. Lots of people with their dogs and one mountain biker. It is very close to my house and I will definitely be coming back here. The trails are nicely marked. The Blue Trail is mostly gravel and a fair portion of it is the Patton Forest with lots of pine.

hiking
2 days ago

hiking
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walking
12 days ago

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