Heads Pond is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Hooksett, New Hampshire that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
A nice flat rail trail. Takes you to two ponds along the way.
This is a great walk year round. Very icy in winter. Make sure you wear cleats.
Wear neon orange during hunting season, October through December 15. Lots of people with guns.
Loaded with Ticks in spring, summer, and fall, if you go off main trails.
It's 1.5 miles from parking lot to pond. Walk past pond on your right, and go North toward Chester Turnpike in Allentown to see more wildlife.
It's tragic that this area is slated for major housing development. The clean water will soon be polluted and wildlife will disappear. :( Hope it never happens!!
Super easy walk. Good for dogs. Pretty pond at the end. Flat. Scenic with the gorgeous leaves last week.
Great walking trail. Plaques were very informational about the area. Nice flat trail. Little hill going in and coming out but not too too bad. Beautiful scenery.
easy flat Trail. Kid and dog friendly. I bring my husky to hear off-leash often perfect place for the dogs to cool off in warmer weather. The foliage is beautiful in the fall
Awesome Trail took photos at the end of the pond really nice nice Trail
Not as scenic of a hike as expected. Pretty slippery due to small rocks on trail. Not kid friendly really. I'd go back but I'd make sure to not take my kids .
Pleasant flat, wide trail. A few obstacles to make your own fun on.
Did it with my son and fiance. Great trail very buggie though. Throughout the trail there is a few differemt areas which are great for picture taking.
So simple and beautiful! Great pond at the end for a quick dip
Love this short trail, it's easy & the dogs can play in the water at the end.
I run this trail 2-3 times per week. Great trail and easy. Dog friendly for the most part. Can get very crowded. I run it in winter with traction thanks to the skiers and snowshoers.
Hiked today. Was coated with packed snow and some ice. About 37 degrees and only windy as you got around the lakes where cover was scarce.
Great view of the pond at the end of this simple trail. I imagine it's great running after the thaw. Mostly flat. Nothing steep. I recommend this trail.