The rugged and beautiful Reformatory Branch Trail meanders more than 4 miles through three natural areas: Elm Brook Conservation Area, Mary Putnam Webber Wildlife Preserve, and Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. It is the perfect route for escaping the city to rediscover nature.
We will meet in Concord Mass and Car Pool To the Bedford Mass location, this is where we will start the 4.5 mile trip back to Concord.
Distance: 4.5 miles
Time: 4 Hours +/-
Type Of Hike: One Way
Bring A Friend: Yes 1
Dogs: Yes A Leashed Dog, But Please Let Me Know.
What Every Tortoise Needs To Know Before Hiking
Check On The Weather Up To 10 Days Before Hike
More Detailed Trail Information
Parking: To access the trailhead in Concord, take Interstate 495 to State Route 2 east toward Concord. In town, turn left on SR 2A east/Elm Street, which soon becomes Main Street. Park in the lot behind the Concord Visitor Center (64 Main Street) then follow the road directly behind the visitor center to the trailhead at Lowell Street.