CODIV-19 Trail Updates

Town of Lincoln Trail Guidance

The Town of Lincoln Conservation Department and the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust are committed to supporting efforts to control the spread of COVID-19. We understand that our local trails are a valuable source of health and community during these times. As such, we encourage your continuing trail use, provided social distancing protocols are maintained to minimize virus-related health risks. Please be advised that, depending on state guidance, the trails may be temporarily closed to public access in the future.

During this time, please keep dogs on leash on all Lincoln trails. As always, remember to carry out dog waste.


Alternate Parking Locations

To further facilitate social distancing, we encourage you to explore our 80+ miles of public trails as an alternative to Mt. Misery. Parking is also available at the Lincoln Schools (6 Ballfield Rd), and many trailheads have some roadside parking available.

As the COVID-19 situation evolves, trails may be temporarily closed to public access. Please check back to the Town Website for updates.

For Printable Trail Maps : https://lincolnconservation.org/explore-our-properties/trails/

Suggested Walks including Parking Information : https://lincolnconservation.org/explore-our-properties/suggested-walks/


For further information, please contact:

Stacy Carter, Land Manager – stacyc@lincolntown.org

Lincoln Land Conservation Trust and Rural Land Foundation - llct@lincolnconservation.org


ALTERNATIVE PARKING