Bay Circuit Trail

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Bay Circuit Trail

Medfield, MA 02052

http://www.baycircuit.org

 

 

 

A Massachusetts recreational trail which, forming an arc through the outlying suburbs of Boston from Plum Island in Newburyport to Kingston Bay in Duxbury, a distance of 200 miles.

The trail, first proposed in 1929 and imagined as an outlying version of Boston’s Emerald Necklace trail, spans fifty towns and cities and four counties.  The Bay Circuit forms a rough “C” shaped arc between 15 miles and 30 miles north, west, and south of Boston. The middle third of the Bay Circuit passes

through the towns of Walpole, Medfield, Sherborn, Ashland, Framingham, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, Lincoln, and Concord.

Features along this route in Medfield include the Noon Hill Reservation, Medfield Rhododendrons Reservation, the Charles River, Rocky Woods Reservation and  Fork Factory Brook. Smaller networks of interconnecting side trails run throughout.

What is permitted: hiking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, dog walking, bird watching, picnicking, mountain biking, snow shoeing and jogging.

(Please refer to the online trail guide below for restrictions and entry points. Users are encouraged to read any locally posted restrictions on the trail and abide by them.)

To order maps and for more information: click here

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http://www.baycircuit.org/pdf/section9.pdf
http://www.baycircuit.org/pdf/Map9.pdf
http://www.baycircuit.org/pdf/section10.pdf
http://www.baycircuit.org/pdf/Map10.pdf

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