Multi-use trail in downtown Laconia along a minimally active RR right of way. First Phase is 1.2 miles long. Second phase is in design as of 2010. The remaining phases of the trail will total over 9 miles and connect to the BRATT multi-use trail in the adjacent town of Belmont.
Currentlly connects two urban centers, provides and alternative route to schools, access to public library and offers views of Lake Opechee.
Parking and Trail Access
Route 3/11 to Route 106 North into downtown Laconia. Trail starts in the RR corridor adjacent to Laconia Public Library. From here, the trail follows the RR corridor for .2 miles, then crosses and follows Messer Street to Bisson Avenue as a widened sidewalk. At Messer Street and Bisson Avenue the trail re-enters the RR corridor for .7 miles. Trail ends once it reaches Elm Street. Street parking available in downtown Laconia. Parking in the Elm Street area is street parking or at the Opechee Spa and Inn.