Explore the most popular Hiking trails near Plymouth with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hike this trail with my six year old chocolate lab. I hiked it with one and a half of water and a jacket in the fall. The first section starting in Ellisville is a lot of navigation from the app. I would recommend starting it to track what you're doing so that the map directs you. found that out the hard way. Did not see any markers at all considering I hiked from elisvil to the headquarters. Got off the trail a few times. tracked with Gaia which reported 14.53 miles. I would describe it as long and difficult for this area. no real elevation just long. would recommend for the athletic challenge. pretty walk in the fall.

hiking
off trail
private property
scramble
21 days ago

This map shows an unmarked trail to the left of the lake that is actually on motocross trails. It then leads you to a camp of some sort with signs everywhere saying “do not pass” and “no trespassing” so you have to turn right around. Follow the MARKED trails to the right side of the lake after going over the dam bridge area, much nicer and no trespassing!

nice trail. beautiful day. no bugs.

love the different scenery.

hiking
23 days ago

nice trail

Walk was easy, Muddy and over grown with TICKS!!! Lots and lots of TICKS!!!

hiking
scramble
27 days ago

Trail We’re going to hike with my wife and dog only saw one of the couple on the trail. Good quick hit

Trail has small hills. LOTS of small hills! it's only 1.6 miles but provides plenty of challenge, especially to senior hikers. Not only is the terrain up and down, it is also tilted since it travels along a hillside. A hiking stick (a "treking pole" for the millennials) is a wonderful accessory for this trail! Parking for 8 or so cars but no port-a-potty. Beautiful lake vistas especially in the autumn.

hiking
1 month ago

It was REALLY dull. A small carved path through a brushy area with lots of horse droppings to dance around and not a lot to look at. The scenery was ok but extremely redundant. If you're looking to space out and walk up and down some small hills this would be perfect!

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

A little muddy in the beginning, but not bad once you get into the trail. It is very very quiet, which was great for my GSD and I. We did a total of 3 miles, and it was a large loop. We rested at a bench overlooking the pond, and it was a really nice halfway point. I’ve been in the winter, and I prefer this trail in the warmer months. Will go back

hiking
1 month ago

Squatters along red brook, a hammock and homeless folks. This is on the onset water prop

hiking
private property
1 month ago

Ventured into onset water dept trails off of Lyman and to Sand Pond

hiking
1 month ago

Good loop today - lyman and water dept trails

hiking
bugs
2 months ago

Beware of the bugs, especially at dusk

hiking
muddy
off trail
over grown
2 months ago

Much of the trail was overgrown and muddy. But got some pretty pictures.

hiking
2 months ago

FYI this seems to officially be named “East Head Reservoir Trail”. It’s well marked, but some signs say “East Head Trail” or “East Head Reservoir Trail,” while another is only marked “RSVR,” which can be confusing if you don’t realize the trail has reservoir in its name. A nice, mostly flat, dog-friendly hike. Muddy in spots, so wear your hiking boots!

When headed left towards larger lake, the trail north of lake has filled in. There is a beautiful hidden little sitting area by the water. Nice little loop.

Nice local walk down to beach, pretty views of marsh and ocean.

hiking
2 months ago

A really nice trail, well marked, beautiful pond. Unfortunately we had never been before and didn’t know all dogs go off leash. Our dogs of course were leashed as they are not friendly so made it very stressful hence I won’t be able to take the dogs there again.

hiking
2 months ago

This is a beautiful trail that our dogs LOVED, but it was suuuuper easy as first timers to get a little lost and/or end up on private property by accident. The trails aren’t marked but are well-worn and not over grown. Lots of “forks” in the trail that can leave you wondering which way to go. We had to backtrack quite a few times. Also, beware of the blue algae! There are signs in certain areas saying it is unsafe for animals and people to swim in the pond. Our dogs swam in it before we came upon a sign halfway through our hike, and we saw a small beach with lifeguards and children swimming in it... so I’m not sure how serious it is, but take caution.

hiking
2 months ago

Awesome trail! Great for dogs just wear ya hiking boots because there are some hills. Cool watching the dirt bikes go by but just Watch out for em!

on Gramp's Loop Trail

hiking
2 months ago

Outstanding. Cheers to the Trustees for maintaining such a beautiful trail.

hiking
bridge out
muddy
over grown
2 months ago

Pretty area but not well maintained or well marked. It's kind of a shame the town used CPA money to acquire this land but hasn't maintained it. The first this isn't mowed at all. The second third is nicely mowed and dry. Trail markers are basically non existent or incorrect. As you make your way to the back corner near the woods, don't follow the trail markers into the woods. Instead, hook a left following the bog. The last third is very wet. There should be boardwalks installed. In another review, there's a section of the trail with rocks that seems to go across the marshy area. Unfortunately, this entire area was overgrown today with 6-10" water. I wouldn't hike here again.

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