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Easy and beautiful! Definitely a favorite

hiking
18 days ago

One of my favorites! Great walk through woods and fields. A few ponds along the way. Stay vigilant, the trail could be marked better in a few spots but nothing that should stop anyone from giving it a shot! Be careful when you go too, can get really buggy. Or bring some bug spray!

29 days ago

Took my 11yo son and we had a great hike. Good mixture of inclines, declines, and some open fields. Definitely recommend.

hiking
2 months ago

Great activity for an April vacation walk! Some hills were tricky for my 7 year old and her footing, but overall great time!

It's a peaceful walk and a beautiful place to take pictures.

I always enjoy walking here, it's so peaceful and beautiful.

walking
3 months ago

This is a great walk for sightseeing, but it tends to be fairly crowded, particularly in the warmer months. I don't take my dogs when I do this one, and I wouldn't really call this a trail since it is a good portion of it is the sidewalk that runs along the waterfront in downtown Plymouth. The map shows it starting at Nelson Street Beach down past Plymouth Rock, but make sure not to miss the short bike trail that heads the other way up toward Kingston for about a mile with public beach access and a gorgeous Trustees of the Reservation Oceanside cliff with spectacular views. On a clear day, you can see Provincetown. The scenery is breathtaking and there is a great jetty you can walk all the way out on behind the East Bay Grill. There are public restrooms near the Plymouth Rock monument and plenty of restaurants and gift shops along the route. In the summer, parking can be tricky in the public lot at Nelson Street. If you start at the top of the bike trail a mile off of Hedge Road, there is more parking.

Trying to learn more on this trail The section from Myles Standish to Ellisville is apparently marked Needs further investigation

hiking
4 months ago