Friends of the Trails

Cumberland County Trails

Fairfield Glade Trails

Glossary

Trail Descriptions

Amherst Trail
2.0m

Canyon Trail
1.4m

Central Trails
4.6m

Glastowbury Trail
1.0m

Good Samaritan Trail
1.0m

Hemlock Trail
1.5m

Kirkstone Trail
2.0m

Library Trail
0.2m

McGinnis Trail
1.8m

Overlook Trail
1.9m

Rotherham Trail
1.0m

Sculpture Trail
0.1m

Seven Bridges Trail
2.0m

Stonehenge Trail
1.5 m

Thornhill Trail
1.8m

Stonehenge Trail

The 1.5-mile Stonehenge Trail is connected to the Central Trail network of paved trails. It starts at the corner of Stonhenge Drive and Kingsboro Drive. It heads north in the woods alongside Stonehenge Drive all the way to the Heatherhurst Golf Club parking lot.

Rating: Easy


The trail passes right by this pond. It is believed that in the early 20th century ( 1908 to 1920) the pond was used to fill the steam railroad locomotive that was used to extract timber from this area.

The trail winds north through woods, crossing a small seasonal creek a couple of times. Volunteers built two bridges to make it easier to to cross at times of high water.

The trail starts(....or ends) at the Heatherhurst Golf Club's lower parking lot. There is always plenty of room to park except a coupl of days each year when major tournaments take place.

The trail passes a golf cart tunnel that provides access under Stonehenge Drive.

The trail crosses Wexford Lane.

The Geocaching commmunity have named this "Sitting Rock" and there is a geocache hidded nearby.