Explore the most popular trails near Cumberland Center 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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This trail skirts the east side of the pond and continues to the power line with a great view. Although not well marked it is easy to follow. well worth the trip.

hiking
1 month ago

Sweet trail with plenty of route options....there are more trails and loops than are shown on AllTrails. Follow the white blazes to do the loop show....blue trail will shoot you down to sweet little creek with water holes (great for littles)...they also had some nice signage for learning. I feel like this trail has got a little something for everyone:)

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blowdown
bugs
1 month ago

This would be a great addition to a daily run or to take littles on a reading/nature/hike. I feel like it would be amazing in the snow in the silent winter, but for serious hikers it is probably a pass.

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blowdown
muddy
off trail
1 month ago

The trails were nice and dry today but they look like they could get muddy in places and found myself off trail more than once.

hiking
1 month ago

Trail was clear, nice work done in muddy and wet areas. Enjoyed the topography of the area. Nike walk/hike

hiking
2 months ago

This was a nice easy quiet and peaceful little walk. Nothing extraordinary but it was very pleasant. I ran across a few bikers, but they were considerate. If you have a dog it’s a good place to take them for a walk. I didn’t see the waterfall so I have no idea where it was it wasn’t on the trail.

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bugs
muddy
rocky
2 months ago

Beautiful sights! Bugs so bring bug spray, trail is little confusing so make sure you watch for signs on trees. Waterfalls is beautiful!!!! But make sure u go back on trail when done with waterfall. Many rocks, tree roots, etc watch your steps worth it with kids and dogs!

hiking
2 months ago

We’ve lived in the area for some time but this is our first time trying out this hike. We brought our baby and our dog. We thought that the trail was well-maintained and appreciated the wooden planks over muddy areas. Bugs weren’t bad but we did use bug spray. Parking along the side of the road was easy.

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bugs
3 months ago

We have rerouted a number of trails and are acquiring more land for even more trails. Check out most-recent maps at RRCT.org

hiking
6 months ago

nice trail quick and easy!

great family and multi use trail system that is well kept and dog friendly

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blowdown
muddy
7 months ago

Great hike. Well marked.

it was a piece of nice woods ...the air was still and it was quiet...peaceful.

hiking
Sun Nov 11 2018

The trail now has nature cards placed randomly on the white trail. These should be great for kids to discover and learn. Nothing beats a hike in the fall.

Very pretty. Easy for kiddos. I had my 22 month old walk it :) very nice bridges as well!

hiking
Thu Sep 20 2018

There are all kinds of trails in this area that neither AllTrails nor the paper map you can get at the trailhead show. As is typical for a suburban trial system, several different groups appear to have created their own trails for their own purposes in hiking, biking, or snowmobiling. A decent hiking trail, mostly flat, some water crossings and a watering hole and low-level waterfall to take in over lunch. A much better mountain-biking, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing series of trails. Watch for bikers; we had to step off the trail and let some by. Incredibly well-maintained bridges. We got "lost" in the network of trails several times, but then again I was looking to explore the trails not shown on the maps. I did not start marking waypoints until we were well into the hike, so I omitted marking a yellow trail we took and a green one we did not.

Great trail leading to fun waterfalls. Very kid and dog friendly.

There are all kinds of trails in this area that neither AllTrails nor the paper map you can get at the trailhead show. As is typical for a suburban trial system, several different groups appear to have created their own trails for their own purposes in hiking, biking, or snowmobiling. A decent hiking trail, mostly flat, some water crossings and a watering hole and low-level waterfall to take in over lunch. A much better mountain-biking, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing series of trails. Watch for bikers; we had to step off the trail and let some by. Incredibly well-maintained bridges. We got "lost" in the network of trails several times, but then again I was looking to explore the trails not shown on the maps. I did not start marking waypoints until we were well into the hike, so I omitted marking a yellow trail we took and a green one we did not.

hiking
Sun Sep 02 2018

Dog loves it, we love it, and it was right in our own backyard the whole time! Will certainly go again.

hiking
Thu Aug 30 2018

Nice trail for dogs, kids, running and winter walks. Well nice year round walks. Very well maintained and even has story book kiosks along the way with pages of real paper books under plexiglass along the trail for kids. We do this hike regularly as we live nearby. They do change the book often. The trails are very wide, flat and accessible. There are a couple benches along the way but so far not much wildlife. Many plants are labeled though. Otherwise there is nothing dramatic to see.

Very easy trails to follow. Very peaceful

hiking
Wed May 23 2018

The pond was beautiful. Blueberry hill didn’t have much to see and was muddy in places but still a good workout

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