The Piper Farm Loop Trail is an easy 0.7 mile hike located on State Street in Belchertown, Massachusetts near the center of town. The trail is wide and well maintained, taking you through old stone walls separated long-forgotten farm fields. Farther into the hike, the trail leads into open woods with large pine
trees dipping down the hill toward the railroad track before it hooks
back up to the main trail to complete the loop. This GPS recording is on the inner most loop, but there appears to be a longer loop and a couple of side trails as well.
There are no trail dot colors. Dogs and biking are allowed.
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