QUICK TRAIL FACTS
- Preserve Size: 21 acres
- Trail Mileage: 1.24 miles
- Pets: yes
- Difficulty: easy
- Sights: woods
The trails in Cumberland, Falmouth, and Windham are very well connected, either by footpath or snowmobile trail. In my map above, Knight’s Pond Preserve is in light blue; Farwell Forest is in lavender; Rines Forest in green; Hadlock Forest in red; Falmouth Town Forest trails in dark blue; and Falmouth Community Park trails in orange. Not shown on this Google map is how this network connects to a trail system on the western side of Route 100, which includes Blackstrap Preserve, North Falmouth Community Forest, and Lowell Preserve.
Here is my attempt at a map that roughly shows the multi-town interconnected trail system.
This little wooded trail at the town forest, with a boardwalk, connects to a vast network of trails that sprawl throughout Falmouth, Cumberland, and Windham. The land trust has done a remarkable job of making it possible to walk or ride a mountain bike for several uninterrupted miles.
Directions: From Route 9, take a left on Winn Road. Go 1.7 miles and the trailhead will be on your left. The trailhead to Hadlock Forest is on the right.