Tetreault Park is a network of old logging trails and footpaths. This 37-acre parcel of land abuts the 122-acre Town Forest and together they form a 4.7 mile network of trails appropriate for walking, horseback riding, nature study and birding.
Tetreault Park was purchased from the Tetreault family around 2005 and it was largely undeveloped at the time. The Rindge Conservation Commission realized its importance in linking lands with the Town Forest and developed the current trail system in subsequent years. Applications to camp are available at the Rindge Town Office. Permits from the Rindge Fire Department are required for all campfires.
The Rindge Town Forest and Tetreault Park trails are maintained by the Town of Rindge Conservation Commission.
Tetreault Park parking is off Rand Road 3/4 of a mile west of Route 202 on the left side of the road (watch for mailbox #125 and the park is on left after mailbox). The Town Forest parking is off Old Homestead Road. Take Rand Road west off Route 202 for 1.2 miles. Turn left on Robbins Road for 3/4 miles and left again on Old Homestead (not maintained in winter) for 1/3 mile. Parking is in front of entrance gate.
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