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Trailhead is located at the edge of CCBA's back parking area and near a large picnic shelter (pavilion).

Traveling South on I-89: Take Exit 18 for Hanover/Lebanon, New Hampshire. Turn right at the traffic light at the end of the exit ramp. Follow Route 120 for 0.25 miles to a stop sign, staying in the left lane. At the stop sign, turn left following Route 120 as it curves left into the Downtown Business District of Lebanon and passes Colburn Park. With the Lebanon Post Office straight ahead, bear left around the park, then proceed straight down Campbell Street. The Carter Community Building is on the right at 1 Campbell Street. Bear right, then take your first left. Straight ahead is the main parking lot for the Witherell Recreation Center, and the building is on the left. Proceed to the back of CCBA to park and access trail.


The firm packed gravel treadway provides a level and firm surface for walkers, runners, and wheelchairs.

Take in some pleasant views of the natural areas surrounding Mascoma River, stop by the playground facilities located along the trail with your kids, or have a picnic at the covered pavilion.

Nearby Amenities: Many great recreational facilites are located nearby, including the Witherell Recreation Center's swimming pool, weight training and fitness facilities (membership requried to access those facilities). The 23+ miles long Northern Rail Trail can be accessed off of Spencer Street.

Trail Manager

Visit CCBA online for more information or contact:

Carter Community Building Association
Witherell Recreation Center, 1 Taylor Street
Lebanon, NH 03766
Phone: (603) 448-6477


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Leave No Trace Principle

Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces

Stick to established trails and campsites. If there's no trail, try to walk on rock, gravel, or snow and spread out so that your group doesn't create a trail.