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Accessible hiking

Discover accessible trails and hiking opportunities in Massachusetts State Parks.

There are a range of different types of accessible trails in our parks to explore on your own. You can hike on paved rail trails, paved pathways, and stone dust hiking trails.
The Universal Access Program also offers seasonal adaptive hiking programs. These group programs include specialized equipment and staff support.

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Locations for Accessible hiking

Upcoming Events

  • Adaptive hiking at Borderland State Park 

    259 Massapoag Ave., North Easton, MA 02356
    Flexible timing: call (413) 259-0009
    Take a gentle hike using assistive equipment at Borderland State Park, and enjoy a tour of the Ames mansion.
  • Adaptive Hiking at Mount Tom State Reservation 

    125 Reservation Road, Holyoke, MA 01040
    Flexible timing: call (413) 259-0009
    Take a gentle hike using assistive equipment at Mount Tom State Reservation.
Image credits:  The accessible trail at Mt. Tom State Reservation (Rachael Lee)

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