The White Dot Trail at Robinson State Park in Agawam, Massachusetts is an easy 1.2-mile out-and-back trail that runs to the banks of the Westfield River.
This recording starts at a small parking area off North St and follows the access road for 0.34-miles to an intersection off the main park road - the White Dot Trail picks up at this intersection.
From here the trail meanders downhill following a small brook that leads to the Westfield River. There are several small bridges and turns to other trails but the White Dot Trail is very easy to follow. When you reach the river you can turn back and follow the White Dot Trail back to your car or take a left to connect to the main road that loops back to the intersection.
Dogs and biking are both allowed on this trail.
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