Biking, Hiking, and Walking in Easton
From the Department of Planning and Community Development:
Easton boasts over 4,000 acres of Conservation Land comprising several large management areas. Several of these management areas offer well defined walking trails through a variety of natural resource regimes that include deeply forested areas, wet meadows, red maple swamps, sweeping pond and grassland vistas and scrub oak / pitch pine forests. Click here for a map of all the Conservation Management Areas and trail maps.
Please note that all Easton's conservation management areas are open to hunting. When using these areas during hunting season wear brightly colored clothing, keep dogs on leash and make your presence known. Click here for Massachusetts Hunting Season Dates.
The Bay Circuit Trail is a permanent recreation trail and greenway extending through 37 towns in Eastern Massachusetts, linking parks and open spaces in fifty-seven Boston area communities.A portion of the trail traverses Easton through Borderland State Park and the Old Pond Management Area. Over the past year the Appalachian Mountain Club and volunteers from Blue Cross Blue Shield, the Old Colony YMCA and Access Easton have helped maintain Easton's portion of the trail and recently installed a new kiosk with trail information at the Old Pond Trailhead . For more information on volunteer efforts click here. For more information about the Bay Circuit Trail and a complete trail map, click here.
The dam at the New Pond Management Area is a well-known fishing area and provides a sweeping view of the pond. Recent steps have been and will be taken to improve access to the dam for people using wheelchairs and other mobility devices. Read here to learn more.
Making Open Space Accessible
Borderland State Park
More information coming soon!