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Mountain Biking in Lowell Dracut Tyngsboro State Forest, Middlesex, Massachusetts USA

Area:
1140 ac/4.61 km²
Lowell Dracut Tyngsboro State Forest is a forest, which covers the district of three towns in Massachusetts; Lowell, Dracut and Tyngsborough.

It covers 1140 ac/4.61 km² of recreational tracks and trails, suitable for all ages and different kind of activities. Apart from the forest, there are several ponds and wetlands and all of these combined, create an attractive scenery for the lovers of nature and sports.

The New England Mountain Bike Association has worked hard to make this a fun place for all the bike riders. You should know that trails are not properly and officially marked so it would be good to bring a GPS with you, in order to avoid riding in circles. There are trail maps available though.

During your ride, you can find some rocks, perfect for practicing some jumps with your bike and other bumping trails. The roads and trails are suitable for beginners, but the location provides with some tricky spots for more advanced bikers. Motor vehicles are prohibited here with an exception of snowmobiles.

For the ones seeking some time off of the daily routine, it is a perfect destination especially in weekends with a number of accommodation and restaurants to choose from in Lowell.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Boston
34.4 miles (55.361 km), 49 minutes
Turn left at the 93 N Interstate to enter I-93 N and then take exit 37B to enter I-95 S/MA-128 towards Waltham. Take exit 32A to enter US-3 N towards Lowell, when you reach exit 5B enter Massachusetts 3A N/Thorndike St. When you reach Nashua Rd, turn left at Forest Park Rd and stay on the left.
BY AIR
Lawrence Municipal Airport,
18 miles (28.968 km)

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