Birding · Historical Significance
I absolutely love this trail. It is rolling hills but there is not anything very steep.
Need to Know
No services on any section of this path. Parking is located on Bigelow Road Princeton, MA.
This is a very nice scenic trail through varied terrain including hills, downed trees, and some bushwhacking to get back to your car.
My favorite part of this path is the abandoned farming communities that you pass through including plot lines marked by stone fences, an obvious wide cart path complete with drainage features, and its general rural nature.
When hiking through here, I imagine what life was like for the rural farmers and industrial workers when they lived in this area and build their communities by hand and sweat equity, and how hard life must have been for them.
Part of this path follows the Midstate Trail for a stretch.
Flora & Fauna
Depending on the season, you'll see plenty of wildlife.
Shared By: Katya Maiser