Mass Audubon Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary Trails – Princeton MA

The Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary offers about 11 miles of hiking near Mt. Wachusett. There are many trails scattered about within the Sanctuary - some flatter than others. There is something here both for people looking for an easy walk or a bit of a tougher climb. Since it is a wildlife sanctuary, you also have the opportunity to spot a variety of animals if you keep your eyes open.

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Alan E. Rich Environmental Park Loop Trail – Athol MA

This short trail in Athol, Massachusetts is hidden just on the edge of the town. It makes for a memorable walk due to the interesting meadow and views of Miller River. Although it won't occupy your whole afternoon to take a walk here, it can certainly be a fun addition to any day.

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Jug End State Reservation Loop Trail – Egremont MA

This loop trail in the Berkshires of Massachusetts has plenty of scenery and plenty of bugs - at least during the summer. But don't let insects deter you from exploring this venue - whether alone, with friends, or with your dog. Jug End State Reservation is a worthwhile reason for visiting Egremont.

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North Central Mass Old Railroad Trail – Gardner MA

Length: About 3 Miles Type of Trail: Pavement Difficulty: Easy Stroller Friendly: Yes Dog Friendly: Yes   This paved path is another find in the Gardner, MA area. There isn’t a lot of information available out on the web about this trail, but we’ve been to it many times. It runs parellel to Route 140, […]

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North Central Mass Crystal Lake Trail – Gardner MA

Length: 1 Mile Type of Trail: Pavement Difficulty: Easy Stroller Friendly: Yes Dog Friendly: Yes   This 1 mile stretch of paved trail hugs the shoreline of Crystal Lake, in Gardner MA. This trail is part of a larger trail network in the area, offering miles of paved path for walking, biking and more.   […]

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