This expansive network of multi-use trails begins at the parking area off Winslow and Ray Roads in Dunbarton, NH. Six distinct loops wind outwards towards Stark Pond and Everett Lake, passing over hills and crossing streams and rivers at several points. In addition to the 24 miles of cut trail, numerous dirt and woods roads offer trail users plenty of territory to explore.
Trail conditions change often due to weather or maintenance schedules. Before you head out, click here for up-to-date conditions and closure information.
This is a multi-use trail system. Please be considerate of other users and know that you may encounter hikers, bikes, ATVs, and horses at any point.
The Hopkinton-Everett Reservoir is a 10,000 acre project administered by the US Army Corps of Engineers. It involves multiple, large flood control structures and covers a drainage that includes Choate Brook and the Contoocook and Piscataqoug Rivers. Much of the land is open to hunting and fishing. There are two developed recreation areas on the project: Elm Brook Park and Clough State Park.
Please visit the Army Corps of Engineers website for more information and a printable map of of this trail system.
From the junction of I-89 and I-93 in Concord, NH: take I-89 north and take Exit 2 to NH-13. Turn left onto NH-13 south and and stay straight at the intersection with NH-77 at the blinking light. Continue on NH-77 for just over 1 mile and then turn left onto Ray Road across from the the transfer station. Follow Ray Road as it turns to dirt and continue for just over 1 mile until the parking lot appears on the right.
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