The Town of Tyngsborough has hundreds of acres of protected, forests, meadows, and wetlands where you can walk, watch wildlife, and enjoy nature. The trails are open to all residents, and their guests, daily from dawn to dusk, year-round. Including the Tyngsborough/Lowell/Dracut State Forest, there are more than ten miles of walking trails in Tyngsborough.

Each season there are special ways to enjoy nature close to home. You can take a brisk hike amidst the fall colors. Snowshoes or cross-country skis can bring you deep into the quiet winter woods. Spring and summer invite you to observe birds, wildflowers, and insects, to traverse woodland streams, and to watch for beavers and other mammals raising their young.

The trails are maintained by the Tyngsborough Trails Committee, a group of volunteers who enjoy doing trail work and want to encourage town residents to use the trails. The Committee meets monthly and welcomes interested residents. If you are interested in helping with the trails, contact the Tyngsborough Conservation Dept. at 978-649-2300 x116.