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Trail Image Submission

Trail Image Submission Welcome! Help us showcase the beauty of our hiking trails. Use this form to upload your best trail photos and become a part of our community’s shared experience. Let’s inspire more adventurers together. TrailSelect a TrailHarvard ParkMaxant/Stone LandOld MillDescriptionUpload ImageAccepted file types: jpg, gif, png, Max. file size: 128 MB. Δ

Trail Problem Reporting

Trail Problem Reporting We strive to keep our trails safe and enjoyable. If you’ve encountered issues or areas in need of maintenance, please use this form to report them. Your feedback ensures a better experience for all hikers. HiddenUsername TrailSelect a TrailHarvard ParkMaxant/Stone LandOld MillWhat Did You See?Upload Any Pictures Drop files here or Select …

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Harvard Park

This trail has a hard-packed surface, which eases travel for strollers and wheelchairs. It’s a flat path through lovely woods. For a longer walk, pass through the Stone Land onto the Maxant property. While this section is unmaintained and poorly marked, there are beautiful views of Bowers Brook and the old mill pond.  A recreation trail beginning near 71 …

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Old Mill

The trail has several loops and winds through three distinct ecosystems: pine barrens (     one of two such areas in Harvard), upland woods containing a mix of evergreen and deciduous trees, and the Cold Spring Brook waterway, which includes a beaver dam.

Maxant/Stone Land

Millie’s Path follows the winding course of Bowers Brook through hardwoods and wetlands, passing interesting flora along the way. A brief walk on Old Mill Road leads to the Stone Field, a former pasture that provides a connection to Harvard Park. Maxant Trail is current unmaintained and is more of a moderate difficulty.

Harvard Conservation Areas

Harvard Conservation Areas For 50 years, the Harvard Conservation Trust has worked to acquire, preserve and protect the natural beauty of Harvard. Explore the properties and trails across more than 1,100 acres of protected conservation land in Harvard. # Conservation Area Properties and Trails Total Length Points of Interest Views Water Dog Friendly 1 Dean’s …

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