Trail Map Library

NEW!  Follow this link for a pdf version of the newly created brochure on Reading's Town Forest, conservation lands, and other open spaces.  Get To Know Your Backyard was created by Grace Stroman as part of her Girl Scout Gold Award.  The guide is also available at the Town Clerk's counter in Town Hall ($5).
 
The maps below were created by the Town of Reading from data sources including GPS data, aerial photos, and estimates based on contours, streams, and vegetation.  All maps are in pdf format.  New trail maps are being developed under the guidance of the Trails Committee.  For more information about GIS and maps see the Geographic Information Systems page.  See the GIS Map Library for other Reading maps.  All maps are subject to the disclaimer here.  For more information about conservation lands see the Conservation Department page.
 
 

Reading Trails - A Map Tour

New!  Check out this interactive, map-driven tour of Reading trails.

 
This map shows Reading conservation areas and the Town Forest.  Access points and dedicated parking lots are indicated.  The general location of trails is shown - these will be updated as new mapping is completed. 
 
This map has been updated to reflect recent work by the Trails Committee and volunteers. The map includes the Mattera Conservation Area.
 
The Biller Conservation Area includes the Lobs Pound Mill Site and Marion Woods.
  Hunting Map (11"x8.5")
 
See the Ipswich River Greenway page for more information.
 
See the Ipswich River Greenway page for more information.
 
The Kurchian & Sledge Woods map includes a new trail connection between the two conservation areas. The new trail passes through the Nichols Wood Lot owned by the Reading Open Land Trust.
 
Walkable Reading, a local community group, developed the walking routes shown on this map.  A description of each route can be found here
 
 

Town Forest Trail Map (11"x8.5")  Major trails are shown in Reading's largest conservation area.

 
Here's a fun quiz for the family.  Can you find these kid-friendly spots?  Answers are on the back along with a map of conservation areas.