The following trail information is provided in partnership with the Marshfield Recreation Trails Committee. Please visit their page at www.marshfield-ma.gov for more details information on trail classifications, maps, pictures, trail markings and more!
These trails are all suitable for the following activities: Hiking, Dog Walking, Biking, Horseback Riding & Nordic Skiing
(North of South River St)Description: The entire trail is easy to navigate with a mix of asphalt and gravel surface. The entire length from South River St. to Pinehurst is 2.75 miles or 90 minutes.
Parking: Available at the trail entrance on South River Street next to the substation. Parking is also available at the Ferry Street entrance.
(At Main Street, Eames Way, & Bridle Trail)
Description: This 775 acre reservation is interconnected by a trail network of variable difficulty.
(at Union St. and Corn Hill Lane)
Description: A 123 acre parcel featuring a rustic trail system threading through mature forest crisscrossed by generations of stone walls. This is a quiet, remote trail that can be hiked in about one hour.
Parking: There is a small parking area off Union Street with unofficial shoulder parking along Corn Hill Road.
(at Union St and Arrowhead Rd)
Description: This trail is about a 1/4 mile in each direction. South Rail leading to beach is more narrow, North trail is capable of accommodating a vehicle.
Parking: Parking is permitted on the paved pathways of Couch Cemetery.
(between Main Street and Forest Street)
Description: Generally easy to hike trail, approximately 1 mile in length
Parking: St. Christine’s Church provides parking, from which a walk along the narrow Route 3A shoulder is required for trail access.
John Little Conservation Land
(at Union St south of Corn Hill Lane)
Description: From parking area to dock overlooking North River is approximately 1.1 miles or 35 minutes.
Parking: Parking is available in a single lot on Union St.
Jose Carreiro & Two Mile Farm
(at Union St and Maryland St)
Description: A combined trail system totaling about 3 miles of natural surface trail. Several interconnected loops and routes that can be utilized to create your own hike!
Parking: There is a gravel lot off Union Street for about 12 cars and in the cul-de-sac on Maryland Street.
North River Town Lands
(at Highland St and Union St)
Description: These three areas share an extensive trail network that can be wandered for hours! A wide range of levels can be found. Several one mile trails E to W and N to S.
Parking: Two parking areas along Union St. provide space for 10-15 vehicles each.
(North of Senior Center)
Description: Round trip from senior center 1 mile; traverse entire trail network approx. 3.5 miles
Parking: Parking available at trail entrances at the Senior Center & Wheeler Athletic Complex.
(at Calyspo Lane and Dyke Rd)
Description: Extremely rugged and only skilled navigators should use them.
Parking: Street parking on Calypso Lane is permitted.