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Beautiful park

Had a girls weekend and went hiking along the trails. We were fortunate to stumble across the... read more

Reviewed July 9, 2018
Lisa Z
Brooks, Maine

Always well maintained and extensive. Bikes and walkers numerous, but never burdensome. People... read more

Reviewed June 2, 2018
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This 10-mile paved path covers part of the route of Paul Revere's midnight ride.
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Reviewed July 9, 2018

Had a girls weekend and went hiking along the trails. We were fortunate to stumble across the minutemen practicing for an event the following weeknd. Close to a great little town and hotels. Can't wait to go back.

Thank Lisa Z
Reviewed June 2, 2018

Always well maintained and extensive. Bikes and walkers numerous, but never burdensome. People stick to "rules of the road".

1  Thank INNW1
Reviewed May 8, 2018

My husband and I just got new bikes (haven't owned one since my Huffy back in the day) and decided to try out this trail. We LOVED it! It's definitely busy with bikers, rollerbladers, walkers and runners but totally manageable. The path is nicely paved...More

2  Thank MV76
Reviewed April 23, 2018

If you've been following my reviews you know by now I am a history enthusiast. What a great first experience I had walking the Minuteman Trail In Concord-Lincoln-Lexington on one of our recent sunny, beautiful days.....OK, yesterday! It was delightful! If you have most of...More

1  Thank BostonERdoc
Reviewed April 1, 2018

As a local I have biked and run thousands of miles on this wonderful 10 mile long trail. It is fully paved, has mile markers, and distances to major town centers (Arlington, Lexington, Bedford). There are pretty views of woods and historic fields, especially in...More

Thank mabramson
Reviewed November 7, 2017

The bike path is a very nice area to walk or ride a bike or roller blade. It is very popular so on weekends it can get crowded. There are stores and coffee shops to get off the bike path at. I would like all...More

Thank Sandra B
Reviewed October 14, 2017

My wife and I, joined the minuteman trail bikeway in Arlington, after renting bikes at Quad Cycle. We traveled 8 miles to Bedford with stops in Lexington to see some of the historic sites from the American Revolution. It is a very well maintained paved...More

Thank badgerfan67
Reviewed September 5, 2017 via mobile

The Minuteman is a nice paved trail. But it is heavily used. Riding it is like playing dodgeball due to all the different type of people on it...hi speed serious cycle JoJo's, walkers, parents with strollers, little kids on bikes. We are normal cyclists...we like...More

1  Thank dennis w
Reviewed July 9, 2017

The trail was relatively quiet this w/e so it was really an enjoyable ride. There are walkers, serious bikers, families and rollerbladers all on the trail so you need to pay attention and take care when biking here. If you go to the end of...More

1  Thank Mel02138
Reviewed April 10, 2017

The bikeway is terrific, running from Alewife Station quite a way west, at least to Bedford. I can only speak for the bikeway in Arlington and Lexington. The truth is, we needed about a dozen bikeways, to serve the multitude of types of users: walkers,...More

Thank Susanne B
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