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There are many different types of accessible trails in Massachusetts State Parks. Any rail trail offers you a paved, level experience for access to natural areas and exercise. Several parks also offer accessibly-designed hiking trails in scenic, natural settings. These accessible trails are either paved or made from stone dust and are usually under a mile long.
To help you plan your hike, the Universal Access Program is working on updating information about our trails. If you have questions about a trail or would like hiking recommendations for your area, please contact us.
Loop starting in main parking lot
Pine tops road
A 1 mile paved forested roadway to Pearce Lake with moderate grades.
Castle Island Loop
Belle Isle Marsh Reservation
Belle Isle Meadow Loop
This half-mile stone dust loop offers boardwalk access to the salt marsh, benches, dynamic birding, and views of planes flying into Logan airport. There are no restrooms.
Charles River Reservation (upper)
Farwell to Elm Street Loop
Galen to Bridge Street Loop
Moody to Prospect Loop
A half-mile riverside trail that connects Waltham Center with an accessible canoe launch.
Charles River Reservation Esplanade
Mary O'Malley Park
Mary O'Malley Loop
Middlesex Fells Reservation
Malden, Medford, Melrose, Stoneham, Winchester
Spot Pond Loop
Nahant Beach Promenade Trail
A wide, 3-mile paved pedestrian recreation path with views of the ocean bay and beach access.
Pleasure Bay Loop
Revere Beach Reservation
Revere Beach Blvd. Trail
Manet Community Center Road to Health Trail
Webb Memorial State Park