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The Fresh Pond Bikeway runs through Fresh Pond Reservation, a park in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The bikeway winds around the east edge of the Fresh Pond Reservoir. Part of the trail is on a road within the reservation, but there are separate lanes for bicycles and cars. The trail is mostly lined with trees, although it stays close to roads. The bikeway ends at Concord Ave, but bicyclists can continue along Concord Ave using paved sidewalks and bike lanes. Drinking fountains and bike racks are located at Kingsley Park and William G. Maher Park. Restrooms are located at the Ranger Station.
At its southern end point, the trail connects with the 2-mile multi-use Watertown-Cambridge Greenway.
Parking is available near Kingsley Park (250 Fresh Pond Pkwy) and at William G. Maher Park (650 Concord Ave). The north end of the bikeway is 0.6 miles away from the Alewife T stop. Fresh Pond Reservation is also accessible by bus.
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