Explore Our Properties

We welcome all to the Town of Lincoln’s Conservation land and trails!

These trails, fields, streams and forests represent generous gifts from earlier generations for all of us to enjoy. Please savor and respect these natural areas – use and manage them appropriately for those who will come after you, whether tomorrow or a century from now.

 

Town Wide Trail Map


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Map 1 North Lincoln (Tanner's Brook, Ricci Farm)


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Map 2 Walden Pond Area (Walden, Pine Hill, Adam's Woods)


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Map 3 Flint's Pond Area (Flint's Pond, Pine Hill, Baker Bridge)


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Map 4 Wheeler and Osborne Farms


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Map 5 Mt. Misery Area (Mt. Misery, Farrar Pond)


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Map 6 Lincoln Center (Codman Lands and Bergen-Culver)


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Map 7 Weston Rd/Silver Hill


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Map 8 Beaver Pond


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Map 9 Pigeon/Silver Hill


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Map 10 Old Sudbury Rd to Weston


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Explore Our Trails

Engage with interactive maps and Google Earth photos. GPX files are also available if you’re navigating with a GPS-enabled device. This resource is brought to us by Thomas Rhines who created these maps as his Eagle Scout project.

Explore the Passport

Download the LLCT passport. The passport includes a selection of kid friendly routes through Lincoln's conservation areas, along with suggested activities and things to look for. Children who complete an activity can bring their passport to the Lincoln Public Library or the Conservation Commission office for a stamp.