Explore the most popular trails near Unity 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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Nothing to see here. Wet, overgrown, tree harvest areas. Extremely buggy.

hiking
1 month ago

Gorgeous trail when walking next to the water. After that the loop back through just the trees pales in comparison.

Nice trail but too much traffic noise drone ft 202.

Great short trail. Lots of wildflowers and mushrooms.

nature trips
1 month ago

nice trail when you need to get away for a while.. lots to explore and help get you tuned in with nature and for me an inner peace. not too hard just a nice stroll through the woods.

don't be like me and forget some bug stuff! otherwise a great hike.

nice trail!

We turned around half way though, well marked but overgrown. Wouldn't come back but would be lovely if it cleared a little. Nice wood bridges though and fresh blazes.

hiking
2 months ago

A very pretty section with a long stretch along Sandy Stream. If Fly Brook has water, which it did not have in August, you'll have to ford it. Some areas near the farm are difficult because you're walking on overgrown rock walls and tall grass. We saw brook trout, a deer and an owl.

hiking
4 months ago

This is a nice walk in the woods and an old overgrown pasture. Needs a little TLC but it's easy to get to and park.

This section of the Hills to Sea Trail starts at Main St, crosses the beautiful bridge over the Sandy Stream, goes through Unity College and ends at Quaker Hill Rd. There's a parking lot and info kiosk there. Continue on the next leg to MOFGA

Another section of Hills to Sea Trail. You'll need to ford Sandy Stream or take the alternate shortcut on the Berry Road.
This is a very pretty hike with nice views in the woods and fields.

hiking
6 months ago

Saturday, September 24, 2016