Douglas L. Murray Agricultural Heritage Trail

Info: Open daily during daylight hours for walking, running, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.  Educational displays about the wetlands, native forest and local habitat.  There is an occasional informational sign, good parking.  Nearby is the Glasier Trail, though they are close they don’t connect via the trail.  See trail comment at bottom of page for a little more information and photo.

Directions/Location: Rodman, Route 177, half a mile from the landfill.

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Trail Distance: Just under two miles.

Trail Surface: Mowed grass and dirt.

Date/Time Open: During daylight hours.

Mountain Biking Allowed: ?

Hiking/Walking Allowed: Yes.

Cross-Country Skiing: ?

Fishing: ?

Pets Allowed: ?

Built on Former Railroad Bed: No.

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2 Comments

  1. Nice trail mowed through the grass and woods. Winds around a deep vegetated creek, has signs here and there about wildlife, good wooden bridges where necessary. Somebody puts hay over muddy pots. Occasional light whiff of landfill, but not that bad and usually masked by plant life. Saw a deer run across the trail. Decent parking for maybe a dozen or so cars. Not lots about agriculture like you would expect from the name though. I expected to see old rusted harvesters sitting around. Just a nature walk. There’s another similar one called the Glassier on the opposite side of the landfill entrance, a third of a mile down the road. They don’t connect unless you want to walk up the shoulder.

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