Lowell Lake Trail
The 3.5-mile long Lowell Lake Trail is one of the main features of Lowell Lake State Park. It circles Lowell Lake using a foot path and portions of snowmobile trail, multi-use path on the western side of the park and part of a town road. Trail highlights include a Revolutionary War-era cemetery, stands of large white pine trees, and scenic views of the lake and wetlands. The trail is located on relatively flat terrain and the hike is easy, with some wet sections. The trail is marked with blue paint blazes.
Lowell Lake State Park is currently a day use area where popular activities include hiking, fishing, picnicking, and non-motorized boat use.
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Lowell Lake State Park is located off Route 11 on Lowell Lake Road about three miles east of Londonderry. Travel on Lowell Lake Road about 0.5 mile and turn right at a T intersection. Park entrance is just up the road. The public entrance and seasonal parking area is located at the end of Ice House Road at the southern end of the pond by the dam. There is space for 20 vehicles, and a few boat trailers. A portable toilet is available during the summer months
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