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The Stevens Rail Trail is part of the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail, which follows the historic Concord-Claremont Railroad corridor. Located about a dozen miles west of Concord, the Stevens Rail Trail offers a quiet, wooded route in Contoocook Village.
Running from Old Warner Road in Davisville to the intersection of Spring Street and Krzyzaniak Lane in Hopkinton, the trail has been resurfaced with a fine stone dust. Expect to see water views, wildflowers, and wildlife on your journey. In the winter, the trail is used and maintained by local snowmobilers.
Parking is available in Davisville to the right of the trail gate on Old Warner Road and in Hopkinton by the town's library. In Hopkinton, there is an informational kiosk and parking to the right of the Hopkinton library. From the library, follow the back access road to the intersection of Spring Street and Krzyzaniak Lane, where you'll find the orange trail gate.
This trail has come a long way. Recently resurfaced with gravel. It is a nice flat and is great for biking or walking. There are a couple of trails off the main one to explore.
This trail is in poor condition and was hard to find.
It needs some work and clean-up. As you travel it northward you probably need a mountain bike. Also, it is a bit short.
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