Lollipop Loop

1.2 Miles

Dogs (leashed)

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The Lollipop Loop Trail at Robinson State Park in Agawam Massachusetts is an easy 1.2 mile loop hike through the park. There is a small free parking area by the trailhead off of Rt-187. There are several trails that lead deeper into the park here, but the Lollipop Loop Trail can be found to the left of the main trail.

The trail meanders along a ridge and dips down towards the river where it connects with the M & M Trail. The trail follows the river by an old stone chimney and then up a steep climb back to Rt-187. From here the M & M Trail crosses the street and continues up Provin Mountain.

The Lollipop Trail heads back down Rt-187 a short distance where the trail dips back into the woods where it hugs the top of a ridge looking down upon the bottom portion of the trail.

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June 20, 2018
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