Trails

East Meadow Nature Trail 

The trail, approximately one mile long, begins at the edge of the lawn behind and to the north of the Coolidge Museum and Education Center.  It leads through the meadow at the foot of East Mountain, crossing the stream where President Coolidge once fished.  A map is available in a small box at the beginning of the trail and at the reception desk in the Museum and Education Center.

Old Cellar Hole Walking Trail 

This trail, approximately ½ mile long, begins just to the west of the schoolhouse.  It goes past the remains of a sugar house, old stone walls, and the cellar hole of the Moore Blanchard Farmhouse.  A map is available in a small box at the beginning of the trail and at the reception desk in the Museum and Education Center.