This is a GREAT place for a 4.1-mile scenic walk that’s friendly to strollers, bicycles, wheelchairs, skateboards, dogs on leashes… even horses, just nothing motorized (yay!) Beautifully newly-paved and flat, it’s part of the original Boston-Maine Railroad. It takes you through woods, granite outcroppings, ledge splits and by a pond. You may see deer and other natural habitat such as birds, owls, turtles, heron, beavers, duck and geese. While horses can come too, there’s a crushed stone path along the sides of the paved way for them and everyone gets along well. There are also off-paved woodsy paths for those who want to explore more.
Parking: At the Windham Depot as shown on the map. Lot opens 1/2 hour before sunrise and closes 1/2 hour after sunset.
Admission: None. Free. Donations are a lot of what got it here, so if you can, do your part.