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Quinnipiac Linear Trail

short and sweet

May, 2020 by sajeelajgaonkar

.....if you have a toddler tagging along. Very noisy as it’s right next to the freeway..

Billings Trail

This Trail Should not even be listed as a Bike Trail - Should be a minus star

May, 2020 by HDSears

Because this is close and I'd never been to it, I finally did and what I found was something that was a very old rail path that had never had any work done to be "bikeable". The Western Section is owned and managed by a Land Trust who has not even done the work to make it walkable. Trail is covered by fallen trees and clearly, zero tail maintenance is going on. At times the only passable place to walk and carry your bike are narrow trails that leave the "path" and then return where there is a dry spot. Worse trail I've even been on in my 70 plus years of biking. It's an embarrassment and should be listed in your book or on-line stuff.

Dennis Sears.

Captain John Bissell Trail

Capt. Bissell Need signage

May, 2020 by CW4

Took off from Silver Lane on the Charter Oak Trail to get started. 1/2 mile take a right to get on this trail. The surface is ok but showing a lot of grass in the frequent pavement cracks. Woody vegetation is leaning into the trail. The trail twists and turns. There are many places where the visibility is poor especially on faster down hill areas. Mowing back everything would help. Most problematic is the very poor signage. With all the changes in direction improved signage on this trail is a must.

Accordion

Vernon Rails-to-Trails (Hop River State Park Rockville Spur)

Rockville Spur Trail

May, 2020 by CW4

Road this trail and found it in good condition. I had hybrid 1.95 tires on my bike. There are several road crossings that require careful attention. The trail was being well used which is great to see. I road it from the Hop River trail junction to its end in Rockville. 4.2 miles and a grade of mostly up made it a good test for a fast ride. Watch for fast cars at the crossings.

Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail

Bumpty Bump Bump

May, 2020 by CW4

I road the entire nearly six mile trail today. The scenery was beautiful and the water views gorgeous, if you could look away from the trail surface. The asphalt is tired, cracked and roots cross it in many locations. I road a street bike with narrow tires which was a mistake. The trail surface is better suited to MT bike or larger tires.
I started at the southern end. Follow along the east side of the factory building to the newly refurbished parking lot with picnic tables. Then the trail goes north to the intersection with Route 190. Turn west to get to Route 159 and back track over the CT River to see the whole trail. At 14 MPH, I need to get my fillings replaced due to the rough surface. The CT Parks Division needs to put this trail on the rehab list. Despite my complaints, it's a pretty trail in need of work.

Southern New England Trunkline Trail

Not worth doing in its entirety

May, 2020 by madisonegaudet

I started the trail with the hopes of finishing the entire thing by walking. The current construction on the Franklin portion of the trail made that very difficult to do. Furthermore, it is labeled decently enough through Franklin, portions of Bellingham and Blackstone, and then again once you reach Douglas State Forest. However, there are many miles that are unclear and involve walking through towns and near the highway. Trail maps also occasionally led us in the wrong direction. This trail was extremely difficult due primarily to the vague instruction. Some sections were very nice, but I don’t think it’s worth doing it in it’s entirety.

Center Trail

Great for families & kids

May, 2020 by heatherroden

Clean, gravel trail right near downtown Hopkinton. Perfect for bikes, kids and strollers. Longer trail, but many small dirt paths along the route for more nature style walking. My 20 month old loves exploring here. The only con is the parking.. there is none unless you enter by loop road (behind Hopkins school by the fields).

Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail

nice quick ride

May, 2020 by nellyc1970

Decent trail.. gets quite busy. To many people constantly stopping on trail . Biking is tough there on a busy day. Better in early morning or evening.

Air Line State Park Trail

Section closed

May, 2020 by carrie.vezina

Section of the trail at Bull Hill Road is closed as well as the parking lot at this location. No information regarding why this section is closed or for how long. Would be nice if a brief sign could be posted to let users know if work is being done and how long the closure is projected to be. A lot of disappointed people driving and biking here; only to be turned around.

Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail

Windsor Locks Canal

May, 2020 by bktourer1

This trail may closed for a period of time which may change due to raptor nesting. You don't find out till you get there. You can also take the new path over the river to connect to Route 190 East to the shopping area, there are no signs telling you which way to go once you cross the Ct River

Columbia Greenway Rail Trail

Columbia Greenway Rail Trail

May, 2020 by CW4

Work on extending the Columbia Greenway Rail Trail is beginning at Main Street in Westfield. It is now 2.4 miles long and any extension will be greatly appreciated. The downtown extension insures that the new section will be heavily used. The rest of the trail is in excellent condition.

Quinebaug Valley Rail Trail

Horseback

May, 2020 by rheado

Beautiful day. Yes I got off a few times to kick the poop into the woods since I don’t have a horsey bag. But there were plenty of places either rock stump or bench to mount up from. Met lots of people enjoying the day hiking or fishing. Glad i found and can’t wait to be back again

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