Groton Forest - TRAIL

Groton Forest - Trail, Groton, Massachusetts

180 acers of trails.. Some single trak, some fire road. Several lakes, all and all its a great place to ride, just remember the bug spray..

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Steve   [May 12, 2000]

When you first enter the forest, take the first single track trail to the right. It's short and twisty. At the end, go left onto Ames Pond rd. Just past the pond (1/4 mile) there's a single track on the left. This is a great track, some climbs, lots of banked turns. Go Fast! At the end go right onto Town Forest Rd and bear left at fork. At the end, go left onto single track. This trail used to take you the entire lenght of the rear fo the park. But the end is closed now. However, it's still one of the best in the forest. Bear left were trail is closed and take your first right. Stay on that until it ends, Wharton Rd go right. At first intersection go left up a hill and down a steep one. At bottom about 1/4 mile go right into more single track and go fast! At end go left onto Wharton RD, when you get to the river on left, go right onto single track. Climb a steep loose hill, at midway point bear left. (I don't care how good you think you are, there no way you can climb the other way). Stay on this unitl it ends. Bear right around swamp and left at fork up hill. At the end take a right onto Priest Bridge Rd and stay on this until it merges with Town Forest Rd. Bear right and go to parking lot. That's most fo the trails (there's more and they're good)

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