Unpaved All Persons Trails In Central & Eastern Mass
The following unpaved trails are all categorized as accessible by their managing organizations. We have marked any trail that hasn't been personally visited by us as "Untested", and marked trails where we've found deficiencies that in our opinion make it inaccessible as "Not Accessible". When we think there could be a potential barrier, or other pertinent information, we've included a note about it. Seasonal/weather conditions (e.g. storms or excessive rain) and maintenance issues can occur that could potentially make a trail temporarily inaccessible. If you have any questions or concerns about trail conditions, it's always a good idea to reach out to the managing agency before visiting.
DCR State Park Trails- Entry Fee or Park Pass Required. Entry is free for those with a disabled placard or plate.
Info to come:
U.S. Forest Service Trails- Entry Fee Required unless you have a Federal Parks Access Pass for people with disabling conditions (a placard or plate doesn't count). These Trails are Untested.
Hellcat Trail- Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, 6 Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport (1.3 miles)
Red Maple Pond Trail- Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, 73 Weir Hill Rd. Sudbury (.3 Miles)
Mass Audubon Trails- These sites may have an entrance fee, please visit Mass Adubon for more information about these sites.
These Trails are Untested.
Attleboro Springs- Attleboro
Habitat Education Center- Belmont
Drumlin Farm- Lincoln
Daniel Webster- Marshfield
North River- Marshfield
Boston Nature Center- Mattapan
Blue Hills Trailside Museum- Milton
Stony Brook- Norfolk
Wachusett Meadow- Princeton
Broad Meadow Brook- Worcester
Allens Pond- Westport
Wellfleet Bay, South Wellfleet
Info to come
If you know of an accessible trail that isn't on this list, contact us at UnpavedTrailsForAll@gmail.com and we'll add it.