There are many walking trails located in and around the Barrett Park area. You can take these trails and end up near the water fall located on Recreation property or that will lead you to another trail. Trails have been cleared and are safe for walking/hiking.
We recommend you take a friend or group along while hiking in the woods for safety reasons. We hope you enjoy the trails that have been designed for beginner or intermediate hikers.
For more information contact the Recreation Department office or drop in with any questions. Maps are available in the office.
In this Hiking Series explore various Leominster Trails and out of town sites. Hikes are led by members of the Leominster Recreation Department and the Leominster Trail Stewards in conjunction with, the Friends of Sholan Farms, and the Leominster Conservation Commission.
Hikers gather informally and hike at your own risk. Please let us know if you are planning on joining us on each hike so we can notify you of any changes in the schedule or cancellation due to a low response or weather. Call the Recreation Department at 978-534-7529 to RSVP or for an update on the hiking schedule.
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At 9:00 am meet on Elm Street at the Parmenter Road trailparking lot.
We will snowshoe through Leominster State Forest to Rocky Pond and back.
At 12:00 noon, the activities begin with the guided hike/snowshoeing around Barrett Park starting at 1:30 pm.
At 9:00 am meet at Barrett Park and carpool over to the Sterling trailhead.
This 2.7 mile moderate trail offers several interesting man-made and natural features. The trail passes by dams, gate houses and spillways, part of the former Clinton Water Works. In terms of natural scenery, it offers views to lakes and basins, crosses wetland areas and passes by the Wekepeke Brook with beaver activity.
Bring a lunch to enjoy at the top of the mountain.
Trail workdays are held on weekend mornings from 8:00 am until noon. Teams go out in groups of five or six. It’s a lot of fun and you get some exercise. You will also learn how to properly build sustainable trails and what tools to use.
Please call the Leominster Recreation Department for more information! (978)534-7529 or the Leominster Trail Stewards: firstname.lastname@example.org<p.at>