Sherburne Nature Center trails are open daily, dawn to dusk, for the residents of Tyngsborough and neighboring towns. Traverse several woodland streams, go bird-watching, try to catch a glimpse of a beaver, and observer meadow wildflowers and butterflies. It is a great place for outdoor exercise and to enjoy nature close to home.
Donated by Edward Bell in August of 1996. Two stone walls surround this 16 acre wooded parcel. The trail head is on Bryants Lane opposite the Town Hall parking lot.
Purchased by the town in 1987 for open space, recreation, and conservation. The Merrimack River runs along the property providing residents with one of the few public ares in town to view the river.
Shady Glade Trails
Donated to the Town of Tyngsborough by Mr. Walter Erickson and Mr. Jim Harrington, this 71.5 acre parcel offers a variety of different terrain for hiking and trail walks.