Info: These trails are located directly behind H.T. Wiley Middle School in Watertown right, the school and trail are located at the end of a dead end street behind and to the right of the back of Watertown High School off Washington Street.
The trail can be used any season. Motorized vehicles are prohibited.
The trail entrance seems to be unmarked, park beside the school and look for the pavilion – the trail starts to the right of it.
During wet times of the year there may be wet/muddy sections.
There is a pavilion near the start and a fee bits of older fitness equipment, and various birdhouses along a trail. There are also a couple ponds and a few distance markers on some of the sections. Some of the trail is quite wide and some is narrower.
One trail branch takes you up the hill where you can get a great view of Watertown.
Trail Review: debbie – ” Today a friend & I walked the area , it was very enjoyable with lots of beautiful trees & I really enjoyed that is was not 1 long flat trail.”
Directions: Behind H.T. Wiley Middle School off from Washington Street.
Get Google Map Directions here or use map below.
Trail Distance: Three miles, possibly more if using all branches.
Date/Time Open: Any season.
Mountain Biking Allowed: ?
Regular Biking Allowed: ?
Hiking/Walking Allowed: Yes.
Cross-Country Skiing: ?
Pets Allowed: ?
Built on Former Railroad Bed: No.
Special Instructions: Motorized vehicles are prohibited.
For More Information: Watertown High School