Begins in Chelmsford at the Lowell/Chelmsford line, near Cross Point, passes through Chelmsford Center, and ends at Rt. 225 in Westford. This part of the trail covers a stretch of 6.8 miles.
Parking and Trail Access
Park in a designated area, as many intersecting streets do not allow for on street parking. Designated parking areas in Chelmsford are located at the Old Town Hall, the Municipal Lot, Pond Street and Byam School, after school hours.
I rode this trail for the first time today. the trail was well paved and fairly level the hole way. There were plenty of places to rest and some places to stop and eat, And buy drinks if you wanted to, On the chelmsford end. The scenery was much better ...
I have just finished the whole trail which isn't bad for a 62 year old who is out of shape. I did this on an old fashioned one speed bike and it was great. A nice level trail with plenty to see. I highly recommend it for newbies.
nice ride for families
I've ridden this trail a few times. There are a good amount of road crossings. The worst one is in the Chelmsford center. But as long as you use the push to walk buttons you'll be ok.
They did a real nice job setting up this trail and the pond in the ...