I keep finding more trails that are on my favorites list. This is one of them. I love that it’s a network to offer lots of walking opportunities to explore and the views.
Getting There and Parking
Just past the Enfield Shaker Museum you’ll see a field and a small turn off on your right. There’s a sign. It is not the big hill directly across from the Enfield Shaker Museum.
Drive up the dirt road to the tree line and you’ll find a good sized parking area.
Moderate – there are a lot of hills.
Trails are wider
Not that busy
On the Trail
The trails starts out with rocky gravel.
You’ll find fun landmarks along the way like this cool bridge and a lesson about the Shakers used the land.
The main trail splits and creates fun hilly loops to explore. There are 8 miles of trails in this network.
In the spring I bet this brook is lovely.
The Lower Shaker Trails are part of the NH State Wildlife Management Area. This is a place people go to hunt in the fall.
Definitely looking forward to exploring these some more!