John Tinker Trail
The John Tinker Trail is a ¼ mile long trail in Rich State Forest that was designed to allow anyone to use it regardless of any mobility impairments. The trail meanders through the woods on a smooth and firm surface. It is flat, has benches at both ends, and has two rest areas with benches that provide lovely views of the Nashua River Oxbow along the way. A handicap accessible picnic table at the end provides a comfortable place to rest and enjoy a beautiful view of the Oxbow and the many birds that frequent the area. There is a parking area with handicap (van accessible) parking spots located at the trailhead, which is on the north side of Nod Rd., approximately ½ mile ENE from Rte. 119 where it crosses the Nashua River.