A huge THANK YOU to everyone who donated to help us raise $102,000 for the
final phase of expansion of the New Boston Rail Trail!
Construction will begin in Spring 2021 with hopes of a ribbon cutting event in October.
PHASE I - COMPLETED
In 2017, New Boston completed 1.5 miles of uninterrupted, non-motorized, pedestrian recreational trail starting at the Hillsborough County Youth Center and leading to Lang Station on Greg Mill Road, following alongside the Piscataguog River.
PHASE II - UNDERWAY
Construction on the final 1.5 mile section from Lang Station trailhead to Parker Road trailhead will begin in Spring 2021 thanks to generous donors! This section of trail contains protruding tree roots and trip-laden terrain. 0.25 miles were completed in December 2018.
Visit The Rail Trail
LANG STATION TRAIL HEAD
To reach the Lang Station trail head, follow State Route 13 South for 3.9 miles, and turn right onto Gregg Mill Road. In less than 0.1 mile, the trail parking area and Lang Station will be on your left.
HCYC/4h fairgrounds trail head
Follow SR 13 S 5.9 miles, and turn right onto Hilldale Lane. Cross bridge to enter the Hillsborough County Youth Center* property. Follow Hilldale Lane along the river. Head north a few hundred yards to find signs for the trail.
*Note that this is private property, though the youth center allows the public to park and access the trail during the day.
Upcoming Rail Trail Events
Rail Trail News
Rail Trail Gear
NB Rail Trail T-Shirts $15.00
NB Safety Vest $10.00
On sale at Rail Trail events and the New Boston Town Hall
NEW HAMPSHIRE RAIL TRAILS
Avid cycler and railman, Charles Martin is back with an extended, up-to-date edition of his popular guide to New Hampshire's extensive system of rail trails. the new edition includes:
Description of 18 new trails and updates to trail conditions and descriptions for all previous trails - a total of 52 trails.
Over 180 photos of scenery, railroad artifacts, and trail conditions.
Brief histories of the railroads that formerly operated on these trails rights of way.
320 pages - 130 meticulous maps
Branch Line Press
30 Elm Street
Pepperell, MA 01463