Offering beautiful vistas along an old rail bed route, the Bike Path passes sandy beaches, ocean harbors, salt water marshes, kettle hole ponds and quiet woodlands en route to Woods Hole. The 3.3- mile (5.25-km) Path is flat and paved, making it a popular byway for walking, jogging and rollerblading in addition to biking. A small parking area is located across the street from the beginning of the trail on Locust Street & Woods Hole Road.
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