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

Guidelines for Trail Users

So everyone may enjoy the trails, we ask that you please follow these guidelines when walking on the trails.

  • Enjoy the trails.
  • Be courteous at all times and act responsibly.
  • If possible walk with a buddy.
  • Respect private property of adjacent home owners in the residential neighborhoods and stay on the trails and off private property.
  • No campfires.
  • Trails are for human-powered travel only. Walkers, hikers, joggers, skaters and cyclists are welcome. Motorized all terrain vehicles are not welcome. (Horses are welcome on the grassy roads only.)
  • Dogs are welcome but please pick-up after your dog if it fouls the trail-bed.
  • Respect nature. Do not uproot wildflowers or unnecessarily disturb wildlife.
  • On roads: motorists have priority over walkers.
  • On trails: walkers have priority over cyclists.
  • These trails are maintained by volunteers who would appreciate any help in picking up litter and pruning of vegetation encroaching on the trail.
  • To avoid problems with ticks, chiggers & mosquitoes use Deet on the skin and Permethrin on clothes.  Tuck pants into socks. When you get home check for ticks, shower and rub skin with a washcloth to dislodge chiggers.