Across from Fort Williams Park, and connecting to Robinson Woods. Get directions to this trail here.


You can access the Stonegate trail at multiple points. From Shore Road, access is located across from Fort Williams Park, south of the old Fort Williams entrance and on top of the hill. From Dyer Pond Road, access is available near the intersection with Shore Road and at the end of Dyer Pond Road. From Locksley Road, access is just north of the intersection of Old Fort Road and Locksley Road on Locksley Road. From Rock Crest Drive, the entrance is 1,000 feet from the intersection of Quartz Knob Road and Rock Crest Drive on the south side of Rock Crest Drive.


This 86-acre property includes streams and wetlands. Some bridges are present, and portions of the trail are seasonally wet with moderate grade changes. The trail system provides excellent year-round recreational opportunities on well-marked trails. Bordering extensive wetlands throughout, as well as mixed forest makes for great trail running, hiking, and bird watching. The trail includes several bridged stream crossings improved by the conservation commission and local volunteers.


Please see Town Greenbelt Trails Map for more information and rules.