Assabet Trail

Westborough, Massachusetts 1581

Elevation Gain52ft
Trailhead Elevation308ft
Elevation Min/Max308/331ft
Elevation Start/End308/308ft

Assabet Trail

Assabet Trail is a hiking trail in Westborough, Massachusetts. It is 0.4 miles long and begins at 308 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 52 feet. This trail connects with the following: Schoolhouse Trail, Osprey Point Trail and Oak Ridge Trail.

Assabet Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This is a great place for fishermen and for paddlers who don’t mind weaving their way though a stump-filled reservoir. The wooded hillsides and scattered islands lend a scenic beauty. Look for great blue heron prowling the west-end marshes.

Assabet Reservoir, locally known as Mill Pond and also called the A-1 Site, just a few miles from busy Route 9 in Westborough, provides a wonderful place to paddle. Thousands of closely spaced tree stumps, left over from the creation of this flood-control reservoir in 1969, keep out most motorboats and make paddling here somewhat of a challenge."

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Trail Information

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52 feet
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Local Contacts
Massachusetts Atlas & Gazetteer, Map 39: N16, 17, O16, 17; USGS Marlborough
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Jul 2018