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We did the Nashua River Trail (from AllTrails) which is a round trip loop of 5 miles. On a Sunday morning you'll see lots of walkers and joggers. The loop shows you all the nice places of this park. I would recommend it to anyone...More
Mines Falls Park offers many trails ranging from paved (easy) to hard-packed sand (off-trail, a little more difficult). The trail winds along the canal and basically connects Coliseum Avenue (by the Nashua Mall) to downtown Nashua (by the old mill yard). The trails also branch...More
I walk in Mine Falls multiple times each week. There are several easy trails, most are wide and paved and accommodate both wheelchairs and strollers. It's a great place to walk, bike or teach your kids to fish. Good for ages from newborn to seniors...More
Mine Falls never fails to be a great place to walk. Even when it is summer hot and humid, it is pleasant. The tree lined trails provide shelter from the blazing sun and possible shower. The trails are mostly flat but you can find slightly...More
A haven just beyond city traffic. Trail map. Portapotty. Doggie bags sometimes available. Dogs on leash only. A large soccer field and baseball field are at the entrance of this place and there is another (2) off a wide trail in the woods. Cross the...More
Mine Falls is a wonderful woodland park to visit for a walk, jog, bike ride, or dog walk. It is clean, safe and easy to navigate. Take a trip off the main pathways to see turtles, ducks, beaver, deer, an occasional heron, and enjoy the...More
even though one of the entrances for this park is past the turn in for Hannafords, it is a great place to walk, run or bike....one trail goes along the Nashua River for awhile.
I spotted a few rental bikes there, courtesy of City of...More
So long as you start at one of the two parking lots and stay on the paved paths, you should be fine. However, even the smallest circuit is about a mile and there are some steep inclines (depending which circuit you take... More
So long as you start at one of the two parking lots and stay on the paved paths, you should be fine. However, even the smallest circuit is about a mile and there are some steep inclines (depending which circuit you take). I'd make sure you walk with someone rather than solo.
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Take Route 3 exit 6 - then first left after passing the mall entrance - follow road to its end and there's a parking lot - sports fields on right, small bridge into the park on the left - lots of trails - beautiful and... More
Take Route 3 exit 6 - then first left after passing the mall entrance - follow road to its end and there's a parking lot - sports fields on right, small bridge into the park on the left - lots of trails - beautiful and peaceful