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Brigham Hill Wildlife Area

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Quick Facts

Parcel Name: Brigham Hill Wildlife Area

Address: N. Brigham Hill Road

Size: 46.3 acres

Owner: Grafton Land Trust

Acquired: 1974

Conservation Restriction: No

Trails: Yes

Biking: Yes

Horseback Riding: Yes

Canoe Launch: No

Hunting: With Written Permission

Fishing: No

Camping: No

Swimming: No

Directions

Trail Description

The land is located at the end of North Brigham Hill Road. This section of the road had been abandoned by the Town because it served little purpose after the construction of the Mass Turnpike. The grassy entrance is lined with trees and provides a beautiful start to your visit through wooded areas in the eastern section. If you follow the trail north you will exit the woods and come to a field that once was the airport.

When visiting these parcels, please respect the posted regulations.
No motorized vehicles are allowed on Grafton Land Trust Properties or Conservation Restrictions!

It's currently Mud Season. Until it dries up, we ask that you please refrain from biking, horseback riding, or even walking, on muddy trails. Erosion caused by trail traffic during mud season causes irreparable damage, creating ruts and permanently exposing rocks and roots.
Please read this notice and watch this site for timely updates.

    Click on the image to open an enlarged, printable view of this parcel.

trail map

Printing instructions

The maps print on letter-size paper. Print the trail maps using the Adobe
Acrobat plug-in print button (on the lowest tool bar on the top border of the
browser window). Choose Page Scaling: Fit to Printer Margins and check
Auto-Rotate and Center.

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