The maps and apps below were created by the Town of Reading GIS division. New trail maps are developed under the guidance of the Trails Committee. See the GIS Map Library for other Reading maps. All maps are subject to the disclaimer. For more information about conservation lands see the Conservation Department page.
Disclaimer: The Town of Reading makes no claims and provides no guaranty or warranty as to the validity, accuracy, or reliability of GIS data and/or GIS products furnished by the Town or their fitness for any particular purpose. The Town of Reading is not responsible for data developed by other individuals or organizations. It is the responsibility of the user of the GIS data and/or GIS products to evaluate their suitability for the intended purpose. Reliance upon GIS data or documents furnished by the Town is at the risk of the user.
Reading Trails - A Map Tour
Check out this interactive, map-driven tour of Reading trails. Use it on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
This map shows Reading conservation areas and the Town Forest. Access points and dedicated parking lots are indicated. The general location of trails is shown - these will be updated as new mapping is completed.
Aberjona River Headwaters Trail (11 inches by 8.5 inches)
The trail from Lowell Street to Willow Street through the Maillet Conservation Area was improved in 2019. A newer trail connects from the Aberjona River to Hunt Street. The newer portions of the trail, including two bridges and a two boardwalks, were funded by a 2018 Massachusetts DCR Recreation Trails Grant.