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Ashuwillticook Rail Trail
Ashuwillticook Rail Trail, Cheshire, MA 01225 Directions
The Ashuwillticook Rail Trail is an old railroad track converted into a 10-foot wide paved trail. The trail runs 12.7 miles through the towns of Cheshire, Lanesborough and Adams. Cheshire Reservoir, and the Hoosic River offer outstanding views of the scenery and wildlife. Parking lots and restrooms are available at selected locations along the way.
Bradley Palmer State Park
40 Asbury St, Topsfield, MA 01983 Directions
This former estate features 721-acres of pine needled paths and sunny rolling meadows for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
Canalside Rail Trail
2 Avenue A, Turners Falls, MA 01376 Directions
The Canalside Rail Trail follows the former rail bed for an easy-riding 3.7 miles. Follow the trail over the Connecticut River and along scenic views. The trail is also great for walking or even a picnic.
Cape Cod Rail Trail
3488 Main St., Brewster, MA 02631 Directions
Ride, walk or run through 6 Cape Cod towns as you follow the Cape Cod Rail Trail. There’s plenty to see along the 25-mile trail and state and national parks to visit as you please.
Charles River Reservation
1175A Soldiers Field Road, Boston, MA 02116 Directions
This 20-mile reservation stretches along the Charles River and offers plenty of activities, from picnics and playgrounds to sports fields, boating, and bike paths.
Chicopee Memorial State Park
570 Burnett Rd., Chicopee, MA 01020 Directions
Come swim, fish, or picnic by the pond at Chicopee Memorial State Park in the summer, or enjoy hiking and biking on the trails year-round.
Lawrence Heritage State Park
1 Jackson St., Lawrence, MA 01840 Directions
Lawrence, MA was one of the nation's first planned cities, and you can learn about its history and development at Lawrence Heritage State Park. The exhibits in the Visitors Center, a restored 1840s boarding house, tell the stories of Lawrence's mill workers, including their role in the 1912 Bread and Roses Strike. You can also learn about the immigrant populations who settled in Lawrence, and test your skills by planning your own industrial city. Visitors can also walk the esplanade alongside the Merrimac River.
Sunday - Saturday:
9:00 am-4:00 pm
Lower Neponset River Trail
Hallet Street, Boston, MA 02124 Directions
This rail trail spans 5 miles from Dorchester, MA into Milton, MA. Enjoy the views of the Neponset River as you walk or ride along the trail. Nearby parks also offer plenty of fun for the family.