NATURE TRAILS




Editors' Choice

Ravenswood Park 

 

PHOTOGRAPH by T. Kates 

Yet another of The Trustees of Reservations’ gems, Ravenswood is popular for its deep forests, carriage paths, glacial boulders, swamp walks, and harbor views. Whether used for hiking, cross-country skiing, mountain biking, or birding, the 10 miles of trails that comprising the park make all types of outdoor enthusiasts happy.

481 Western Ave., Gloucester, 978-281-8400, thetrustees.org

 

Readers' Choice

Maudslay State Park

The perfect place to take a Sunday stroll with the family, Maudslay Park offers 480 acres of parkland used for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.

74 Curzon Mill Rd., Newburyport, 978-465-7223, maudslayassociation.org

 

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