20 min. leisurely pace
Getting to the Trail
Head to King Arthur Flour in Norwich. Park in the parking lot at the rear of the store. If you’re looking at the store, the trail is on your left.
On the Trail
The trail is flat and wooded. Most of the trail is wide, with one tiny narrow section. I took my two year old on it and he walked it easily. I like this little bridge, adds visual interest to the trail.
The trail is well marked with blue blazes, though the trail is so short and easy to follow, they’re not really needed.
Towards the end there is a fork. The left side is a bit more sunny and heads up to the Dresden fields. The right curves around and exits at the parking area.
At the end there is a lovely sports field.
You can also enter the trail from this side as well. Below is the trail head from the field side and the road you would enter on to get to the fields.
I loved that it was a quick, scenic walk: perfect for kiddos. Plus we were right near food and facilities if we needed them (I have a toddler). This is also a great walk for dogs. We saw multiple dog walkers on the trail. There’s even a waste recipticle on the King Arthur side. I hope you enjoy the walk!