Quabbin Hill Trail

Belchertown, Massachusetts 01007

Quabbin Hill Trail

Quabbin Hill Trail Professional Review and Guide

"The story of Quabbin Reservoir is fascinating to history buffs and naturalists alike. In the 1920s and 1930s, Quabbin was built as a water supply for metropolitan Boston, and its construction involved the “drowning” of four towns: Enfield, Dana, Prescott, and Greenwich.

Today, the 3200 acres called Quabbin Park offer visitors an excellent opportunity for wildlife observation (you may even spot a bald eagle). Unlike most hiking routes, this one begins atop a summit and descends to the water’s edge, finishing its loop on a steep ascent to the parking area near the summit tower. Gently rolling terrain combined with fun near the water make this a great hike for kids of most ability levels."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
550 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Skill Level
3 hours
April to November
Quabbin Reservoir, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation
Local Contacts
USGS Windsor Dam
Local Maps