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A walk in the woods.

Conservation land and power lines. Trails are mapped, and trail markers posted, although you can... read more

Reviewed April 21, 2015
grommit
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Grafton, Massachusetts
Great place to walk if you live in Grafton!

My son is seven and this is the perfect place to go for a hike and also just a short drive from... read more

Reviewed March 15, 2016
Rachel M
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North Grafton, Ma
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15 Mar 2016
“Great place to walk if you live in Grafton!”
25 Feb 2016
“Excellent place to snow shoe!”
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Reviewed March 15, 2016

My son is seven and this is the perfect place to go for a hike and also just a short drive from where we live so it gives us the opportunity to walk in the woods more often than we would be able to otherwise....More

Thank Rachel M
Reviewed February 25, 2016 via mobile

Visited recently when there was enough snow on the ground to go for a good snowshoe hike. Excellent terrain that allows you to get a good cardio workout. Add in the interesting Native American history and it makes for a nice afternoon hike.

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Reviewed January 17, 2016

I went with my family for a hike and was pleasantly surprised by the grounds. There is a nice loop you can do that takes about an hour with a seven year old. Off the beaten path for parking and hiking but close to civilization...More

Thank rlmcgrath
Reviewed September 15, 2015

Went on a hot day in August, following the History version of the trail. (The park trustees have created 3 different versions of the loop for the same numbered locations on the trail - I highly recommend printing out one or more of these beforehand...More

Thank sadalit
Reviewed April 21, 2015

Conservation land and power lines. Trails are mapped, and trail markers posted, although you can still take a wrong turn and end up quite lost. Horses are ridden in this area, so watch your step. Trails can be a bit soggy after rains, so wear...More

1  Thank grommit
Reviewed May 28, 2014

Can be a nice hike with the dog if it hasn't rained and there hasn't been snow melt. There are two areas that create basins and you have to turn around or wade through (I mean a foot or more of standing water with no...More

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