Sudbury Memorial Forest

Sudbury, Massachusetts 01776

Sudbury Memorial Forest

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Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Because of deep sand deposits left by glaciers, would-be farmers once deemed the land in the Sudbury Memorial Forest worthless, leaving it comparatively free of the effects of human intervention. Interestingly, much of this land was once owned by one of America’s greatest industrialists—Henry Ford, who bought much of the land abutting the western Sudbury border in the 1930s.

The hike begins at the trailhead beside the kiosk just west of the parking lot. Taking the long way around a complex of buildings belonging to the Federation of Women’s Clubs, the trail leads through a pine stand flush with the wetland to reach a footbridge spanning Hop Brook. This is a superb gateway to the forest."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Skill Level
3-3.5 hours
Sudbury Valley Trustees,
Local Contacts
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Dec 2018