Assabet River Rail Trail
This multi-use recreational rail trail passes through Marlborough, Hudson, Stow, Maynard, and Acton. To learn more about the Hudson rail trail and download printable maps, visit this website.
Metro Boston Bike Paths/Trails
Mass Bike, a bike coalition that works to promote a bicycle-friendly environment and encourage bicycling for fun, fitness and transportation, provides links to paths and trails throughout Massachusetts.
This website is a resource for trails around the world, including many in Massachusetts. It provides resources to national recreation, biking, hiking, equestrian, boating, snow and rail trails.
This site provides resources for trails in Framingham and surrounding towns.
Cochituate Rail Trail
The Cochituate Rail Trail (CRT) is a proposed 4 mile, multi-use trail which will extend from the Village of Saxonville in Framingham to Natick Center. The Framingham section of trail has gone through its design phase, but the CRT is not yet open for public use.
Framingham Trail Map
This map shows the locations of the trails, state parks, and conservation land in Framingham.
Highland City Striders
This organization meets weekly to run various distances in Marlborough and Hudson. They host several runs a year and support local charities with the funds. They also support and are supported by other running clubs in the area.
Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation
The DCR provides information and resources for greenways and trails in Massachusetts.
Use this site to explore urban trails in and around Framingham. You will find detailed trail guides for bike trails and walking paths, which include trail descriptions, trail maps, photos and reviews.
Born Learning and Fitness Trail
The Born Learning Trail, the first of its kind in the MetroWest area, is part of the United Way of Tri-County’s Born Learning campaign and is based on the latest early childhood research and approved by national early learning experts through United Way US. The Trail is designed to help adults interact with children between the ages of birth to 5 yrs to boost language and literacy development and to help caregivers understand how to best support early learning in outdoor everyday moments. The 1.5-mile Fitness Trail connects other town trails leading to South and East Natick. The Born Learning Trail and Fitness Trail are located behind MetroWest Medical Center’s Leonard Morse campus at 67 Union Street, Natick, MA 01760.
Celluci Skate and Splash Park
This is a free park with features for all ages, including a playground, a splash pad, a skate park, a bocce court, and picnic areas. The park is right off the Assabet River Rail Trail.
Framingham Parks and Recreation Department
This website provides information about recreational opportunities through formal programming and to make public parks, athletic fields, beaches, and other recreational facilities available to the public.
Hudson Division of Recreation
This website provides info about recreation program, community events, facilities, youth sports, and other recreation opportunities in Hudson. This video shows all the opportunities for recreation in Hudson.
Marlborough Recreation Department
This website provides information about community programs and leisure activities for Marlborough residents of all ages.
The New England Sports Center
This sports center is open year round and public skating costs just $3 for children and $5 for adults.
Northborough Recreation Department
The Northborough Recreation Department provides Northborough and area residents with comprehensive programs, activities, and facilities that encourage health, fitness, cultural, recreational, educational, and social opportunities in the community. The department offers a wide variety of programming opportunities for all ages. They utilize Northborough’s town parks, the Recreation Center, Town Hall gym, schools, library, and private locations to provide programs for the public.