Explore the best snowshoeing trails in Massachusetts with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Easy to find and park, but not well marked. The trail is on the opposite side of the road from the museum. The trail is not heavily used and is somewhat overgrown in places. There are green arrows guiding you but either I missed one or it had fallen off and I ended up on a side trail and got all turned around. The C.C.C. Trail is what I ended up on, it shows up as a road on AllTrails. It was confusing to say the least. The Shaker trail is heavily canopied. There are small streams and little under growth. I did not see any wild animals, but the sound of singing birds and lack of motor sounds was relaxing and peaceful. I saw all of 3 people on the trail, so I felt quite alone in the woods.

great for viewing seabirds, turtle nesting. beautiful views.

hiking
2 days ago

Nice well marked trail. The dog and I loved it ! The only thing is it's a little too close to the road so make sure you have a leash if you are bringing your dog.

hiking
2 days ago

Did yellow trail. Easy but one part was more difficult and up hill for about two minutes.

mountain biking
2 days ago

A day out to fish the stream. Beautiful day and caught a nice rainbow trout!

we love all the wildlife we get to see here. plant variety is beautiful too! Trail is easy but so fun.

hiking
3 days ago