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Trail Hikes: Indian Rock, Boulders, and Surrenden Farm/ Sabine Woods Trails


Groton Trails Committee and AMC Trail Hike, Sunday, June 14, 1-3 p.m. at Surrenden Farm/Sabine Woods. Open field, upland woods, and Nashua river habitat. Meet at trail kiosk on Shirley Road off Farmer's Row. 42.5866N 71.5947W Olin Lathrop. 978-742-9014


Sunday, June 21 at 1 p.m. sharp, join members of Groton Trails Committee on a guided hike on Indian Rock Trail and Boulders Trail of Gamlin Crystal Spring Conservation Area in Groton. This beautiful conservation area, owned by Groton Conservation Trust, is accessed via skillfully routed trails and features dense woods, rocky outcrops, a porcupine den, beaver ponds, huge boulders, and an old "lost" quarry.  

Hike will take about two hours and is suitable for families with children. Dogs must be under owner's control and leashed if requested. Wear comfortable hiking shoes as there are some short rocky sections.  Hike held unless very stormy. Meet at trail head on Old Dunstable Rd.  Take Lowell Rd. (Rt. 40) to Old Dunstable Rd. Proceed north on Old Dunstable Rd., passing intersection with Bridge St. after 1.25 miles, then continuing on Old Dunstable Rd. for another 0.25 miles. Trail head and parking are on your left, just past the sign for Gamlin Conservation Area. 42.631084N, -71.510190W. Dave Minott,

Groton Herald

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