WWII Nature Trail

WWII Veterans’ Memorial Nature Trail  is located 1/4 mile from the Branch street entrance to the rails-to-trails bike path and 3/4 of a mile from Fruit Street. Best parking is at the Fruit Street entrance. 

NRT Acquires 17 acres along the WWII Veterans’ Memorial Trail

The parcel has nearly a mile of  trails in good condition. A portion of the trails goes along Back Bay Brook and circumvents a wetland area.

NRT president Lou Andrews says, “The property is in a great location. It will give the NRT a positive exposure to the many rails-to-trails users. Once you enter the property you think you were in Maine or New Hampshire.

 
Ducks, ducklings, and duckweed on Back Bay Brook

“To me a lush carpet of pine needles or spongy grass is more welcome than the most luxurious Persian rug.”

—Helen Keller

WWII-Bridge
Colin Cauldwell and Tod Snyder finishing up the bridge
Dedication May 24, 2014. NRT President Lou Andrews, Stewardship Director Colin Cauldwell, Board of Selectman Chairman George Dintino, and NRT VP Gerry Hauskamp cut the dedication ribbon officially opening the trails to the public.
Dedication May 24, 2014. Crew ready for their walk.
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