Georgetown-Rowley State Park

Georgetown, Massachusetts

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The forest is a mix of all-terrain vehicle trails and bridle / bicycle paths, making for an interesting mix of riding surfaces. Most of the time riders will want to stay on the single track, but the rolling fire roads offer a different challenge with their loose surface and gradual hills. Georgetown-Rowley offers many challenges within its boundaries, but to expand you riding experience, you may want to link this ride with other trails in other local parks. This is one of the few parks in this part of the state to allow all-terrain vehicles, and this creates an added element of danger to riding. wildlife and hunters are two other dangers in the forest. Terrain: rocky and rooty singletrack as well as smooth, dirt and sand doubletrack.
Mountain Bike America: Boston

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Mountain Bike America: Boston

by Jeff Cutler (The Globe Pequot Press)

The forest is a mix of all-terrain vehicle trails and bridle / bicycle paths, making for an interesting mix of riding surfaces. Most of the time riders will want to stay on the single track, but the rolling fire roads offer a different challenge with their loose surface and gradual hills.

Georgetown-Rowley offers many challenges within its boundaries, but to expand you riding experience, you may want to link this ride with other trails in other local parks. This is one of the few parks in this part of the state to allow all-terrain vehicles, and this creates an added element of danger to riding. wildlife and hunters are two other dangers in the forest. Terrain: rocky and rooty singletrack as well as smooth, dirt and sand doubletrack.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Georgetown
Distance: 13
Trail Type: Several options
Technical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Season: The park is open year-round. Hunting is allowed in the fall and winter, except on Sundays.
Local Contacts: Georgetown-Rowley State Forest, 978-887-5931
Local Maps: USGS Ipswich; Trail maps are available from the Bradley Palmer State Park Headquarters.
Driving Directions: Directions to Georgetown-Rowley State Park

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