The Lowell Preserve is over 300 acres of a forested conservation area that has over 8 miles of trails for all types of users from hikers to ATV users.
This wooded trail system consists of a number of loops ranging in length from 0.3 to 3.4 miles. The trails are a mixture of packed earth and rocky surfaces that have various elevation inclines throughout the area, and are used by hikers, mountain bikers, snowshoers, cross-country skiers, horseback riders, and snowmobilers.
The Lowell Preserve consists of three main trail loops marked by yellow, blue and green blazes. The yellow-blazed loop is called the Libby Hill Loop Trail and circumvents the boundary of the property, almost 3.5 miles. Most of the Libby Hill Loop Trail is for hiking, mountain bikes and ATV users. The blue-blazed trail is called the Virginia Trail and heads towards the center of the property, looping back after ending about half way into the property. The Virginia Trail is 1.7 miles in length. The green-blazed trail is called the Roscoe Loop trail and is a 1.5 mile loop in the northern section of the property. Orange and red blazed connector trails link the main loops. Follow the link below for a map showing the trail names and blaze colors.
Allowed uses within the trail network include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, ATVing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. Trails and trail sections are marked to show allowed uses. Please respect the signs.