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Hapgood Wright Town Forest

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HS senior trip

take a nice quiet stroll through the woods and follow in the footsteps of history where our... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2018
KWindham
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Vinemont
Concord Town Forest since 1687 !

Hapgood Wright, a town resident in the Colonial Era, left this land to the town of Concord ( which... read more

Reviewed 9 December 2015
Boltonarts
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Concord,Massachusetts
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22 Jan 2018
“HS senior trip”
14 Apr 2017
“Nice little walk”
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

take a nice quiet stroll through the woods and follow in the footsteps of history where our forefathers started our country. We did not see the actual British soldier grave site(if there was one) but i guess this marker is it.

Thank KWindham
Reviewed 14 April 2017

This is a more pleasant piece of woods than I thought it would be. There is a nice pond and some good elevation to get the heart working a bit. You can however hear busy route 2 which does take away from the experience. But...More

Thank Brendan N
Reviewed 9 December 2015

Hapgood Wright, a town resident in the Colonial Era, left this land to the town of Concord ( which was settled in 1636 !) for use as a town forest in perpetuity. There are hiking trails in the woods, great scenery,many varieties of plant life...More

2  Thank Boltonarts
Reviewed 13 June 2014

This little gem has great hiking trails that offer pond-and wood-views, and a few nice places to have a picnic. The pond has it's share of frogs and wildlife so that it is pretty easy to introduce the little ones to local aquatic life. You...More

Thank John R
Reviewed 16 May 2014

I took a hike through here having visited Walden Pond and felt that this area was more in the spirit of HD's philosophy. The trail was marked with stone tablets etched with quotes from HD, and there was a little history of the area known...More

1  Thank TerryUK_53
Reviewed 10 December 2013

Hapgood Wright donated this land, consisting of a bit less than 200 acres, to the town of Concord,Mass. way back in 1687, to be held "in perpetuity" as a town forest. Concord was Englands first in-land settlement in the New World in 1635, back when...More

1  Thank Oldwarrior
Reviewed 31 October 2012

We downloaded a map from the Concord site, so the 5 and 8-year-old could choose which trails they wanted to follow.

1  Thank AAUWGal
Reviewed 17 January 2012

This is _just_ Concord's Town Forest, a lovely bit of land not far from the town center and just across rt 2 from Walden Pond - but this is the "Fairyland" of the Alcotts and their contemporaries. With hiking trails, hills and a small pond,...More

4  Thank CamelCase
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