Home » Things to Do » Outdoors & Adventure » North Plymouth Rail Trail
Known as the North Plymouth Rail Trail (Grace Trail more recently), it follows the older section of rail lines of the Old Colony Railroad that continued on from Cordage Park to Plymouth Center used in earlier days. The trail is composed alternately of pavement, concrete and crushed stone, and is generally navigable for strollers, bicycles and wheelchairs.
This hiking trail measures only slightly more than a mile, but it is the gateway to many other hiking opportunities in the area. Walk the original Grace Trail® at Nelson Park in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Start and end at Nelson Memorial Park (255 Water St) on the Rail Trail at Plymouth Harbor.
How To Walk It: Walk to each letter of Grace; Ask the question at each letter; Answer the question as you walk; Walk to the next letter and repeat steps.
For more Information and photos check the (NSRWA) North and South Rivers Watershed Association Here.
255 Water Street, Plymouth, MA 02360