Robert Frost Interpretive Trail
This trail is a National Recreation Trail that commemorates Robert Frost’s poetry; several of his poems are mounted along the trail in the woods and fields. Blueberries and huckleberries grow in an old field at the far end of the trail. The Forest Service maintains all of the old fields along this trail with prescribed fire to preserve the scenic, open appearance of the area. The trail is an easy walk.
|Length||1.2 total miles|
Trailhead: From Rochester, travel north on Route 100 to its intersection with Route 125. Travel west on Route 125 for 9.9 miles. The parking area is on the left.
Directions: The trail consists of two parts – a barrier free loop on the north side of the river that is accessible and suitable for wheelchairs and a longer circuit on the far side of a bridge that’s is not.
Please practice Leave No Trace ethics, such as carry out what you carry in.