Fall walk along the Squannacook River and Squannacook River Rail Trail
Fall walk along the Squannacook River and Squannacook River Rail Trail - Sunday Nov 12 at 1:00 PM
Join the Nashua River Wild and Scenic River Study committee and Squannacook Greenways for a guided tour of some of the beautiful sections of the Squannacook River connected by the rail trail. This will be an out-and-back walk of about three miles, starting at the southeastern end of the planned rail trail, although participants can turn back at any point or extend the walk. Along the way, we will explore side trails to the riverfront and learn about the Wild & Scenic River project and progress on the Squannacook River Rail Trail. Please note that some of the terrain we will walk is hilly and uneven.

Watch a one-minute video about the walk.

When: November 12th (rail or shine) at 1:00 P.M.

Where: Walk starts at the parking lot for the Peter E. Bertozzi Squannacook Wildlife Management Area - 703 Townsend Rd, Groton, MA

Meet at the Bertozzi parking lot. From Rt. 119 (near North Middlesex High School), take Townsend Road approximately one mile. The Peter E. Bertozzi Squannacook Wildlife Management Area is on the right, marked by a brown sign. Use caution when entering the dirt lot. (Those using a navigation app such as Google Maps can find the lot at 703 Townsend Road, Groton MA. GPS users can navigate to 42.63658, -71.64987.) If the parking lot fills up, you'll be directed to another location and shuttled back to Bertozzi.

Local businesses supporting the rail trail 
The following local companies have supported the Squannacook River Rail Trail at the Granite Pillar level ($1000) or above. We ask you to thank them the next time you patronize their business!  If your business is interested in being recognized by rail trail users for decades to come as a key supporter by being listed on the granite pillar, please contact us at rideout@sqgw.org before March 2018.

Catalano Companies

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