Tales of Battle Road Trail

The path down Battle Road Trail may be twisted one, curving between farmland, marshlands, enchanted-looking forests and historic homes.  However, this five and a half mile footpath follows much of the original Battle Road, a brutal and bloody attack between the American Colonists and British Regulars that took place on April 19, 1775, and in-turn, launched the American Revolution.

The trail as shown from:
Meriam’s Corner
Concord, MA 01742
to
Samuel Brooks House
Concord, MA 01742

The trail as shown from:
Noah Brooks Tavern
Concord, MA 01742
to
Hartwell Tavern
Lincoln, MA 01773

The trail as shown from:
Samuel Hartwell House Site
Lincoln, MA 01773
to
Paul Revere Capture Site
Lincoln, MA 01773

The trail as shown from:
John Nelson Hop House
Lincoln, MA 01773
to
Fiske Hill
Lexington, MA 02421


MAP of TRAILS / HISTORIC SITES and PARKING

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