This unpaved state-owned trail is open for public use from Coldbrook to Baldwinville. An on-road detour is necessary through the village of Baldwinville, but the right-of-way is open for public use on an informal basis from the outskirts of Baldwinville to the outskirts of Winchendon, except where it is blocked by the Route 2 embankment 0.9 miles north of Templeton. Two rights-of-way extend into New Hampshire from Winchendon, making this trail a key link in an extensive network of interstate trails.
Parking and Trail Access
its a trail- nothing more, nothing less
like a previous rider stated, it has a significant amount of soft ground, so even though in very good shape, my muscles were screaming towards the end of my 20 mile ride. i parked off rte 2a in templeton and rode south to the end point and came back. ...
My First Rail Trail!
I've been lurking on TrailLink.com for a while now, and finally decided to dust off the old mountain bike and give a Rail Trail a shot!
The Ware River RT was a combination of both local and long enough to get a feel for Rail Trailing.
What a nice ...
Corrections to fletch6's post
"from here to Worcester is is called the Wachusett Greenway but is very fragmented."
The sections of the Mass. Central Rail Trail in Oakham, Rutland, Holden and West Boylston were built and are managed by the non-profit Wachusett Greenways, ...