New Observation Deck, October 2020
Dec. 1, 2020
If you haven't already seen the new Scenic Overlook / Observation Deck on Phase 2, please go check it out! Thanks to a donation from David & Michelle Olson, project planning and design by Larry Belair, help of his family members, FSBPC volunteers, and cooperation by the Town of Salem, the whole project was completed in just one month. Stop to take in the view of the wetlands and wildlife -- you won't believe this scenic spot is so close to Route 28! You will find it between Dunkin Donuts and Sanel Auto Parts.
Early Summer 2020 Update
May 30, 2020
Covid-19 = Heavy Trail Usage. With cycling and walking allowed during the pandemic shut-down, our rail trail has seen a surge in users while they try to maintain recommended "physical distancing" and wear masks if within 6-feet of each other. Trail-side parking at the Route 28 Salem/Windham town line has been impacted by the major water line project. And for June, a section of the Windham trail north of Roulston Road will be closed for resurfacing. Even so, get out there and enjoy the trail!
Check out our winter e-newsletter
Jan. 5, 2019
A lot happened "On the Trail" in 2018 and a lot more is planned for 2019 and beyond. Check out our 2018-2019 winter issue of our e-newsletter for many articles and photos. Click this link to have a look: https://bit.ly/2TtiY25
Dec. 5, 2018
Have you checked-out the "Phase 2" section that was completed on November 15? You can now bike, walk, run, or blade from downtown Salem to downtown Derry, 9.3 miles of nicely paved rail trail. Parking is available at four locations: the Salem municipal lot across Main Street from Salem Depot; trail-side parking at the Salem-Windham town line (enter from Route 28); the Windham Depot, and Hood Park in Derry. Our "Friends" group has already installed four granite benches along Phase 2 with more amenities planned for the spring. Meanwhile, get out there and enjoy the trail!
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Provided below are links to additional information about the project that you might find interesting. Be sure to check back often, as the website is still in development and we will be posting more information as the project progresses.
If you are interested in helping us move this project forward, please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone at (603) 898-9926 or by email at [email protected].
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