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      Borderland State Park was created in the early 1970's. The property had been owned by the Ames family since 1906. It was acquired by the state in 1971. A significant feature of the park is the Ames mansion. This has been preserved and is open to the public for tours. The Friends of Borderland have been instrumental in preserving the mansion and in doing fundraising for the general upkeep and improvement of the park.

      For mountain bikers Borderland is almost a paradise. What keeps it from being one of the best-ranked riding areas in the region is its lack of intermediate level trails. There are more than enough hard technical trails to satisfy anyone. Even a few "bare rock" sections reminiscent of the Lynn Woods or Moab.

      And there are lots of easy trails. These wind around on dirt roads, circumnavigate the park's many lakes, go by the historic Ames mansion and provide a rider with a scenic tour of the area.

      Intermediate trails are few and far between though. Stray off the dirt roads into the park's many singletracks and you'll quickly be challenged by and abundance of roots and rocks. The singletracks, located mostly in the northern end of the park are a lot of fun. But beginners will find themselves walking a lot. Oh well, remember that old saying, "Every mountain bike comes equipped with a hiker." Well, at Borderland that hiker will get some exercise.

      NEMBA has been very active in borderland. We've build bridges, done a lot of trail work, and even put in some new singletrack trails. Including Bob's trail, which honors Bob Babineau, the park's former supervisor.

      Come to Borderland when you want to go for a fun ride with your family, or when you just want to cruise around in the sunshine. Come to borderland if you want to challenge yourself on unremittingly technical trails. But don't come to Borderland if your cup of tea is smooth mellow singletracks.

      Recently SEMASS NEMBA and the Friends of Borderland joined together to buy a Muck Truck. It is already being used productively to improve Borderland's trails.
      Parking google parking directions
      Access Info:
      259 Massapoag Ave., North Easton, MA 02356 is the Park Headquarters. The park charges a nominal fee to park at this location. There is additional park-sanctioned parking at the corner of Bay and Allen Road but DCR parking passes are required. There is limited street parking on Massapoag Ave and very limited parking on Mountain St.

      Borderland is not located near any one major highway. From the DCR's website here are the directions to get to Borderland from most anywhere.
      From north: Take Rte. 128 south to Rte. 95 south (towards Providence). Take exit 10 (Sharon, Walpole and Coney Street). Take a left at the end of the ramp and follow this road, two or three miles to the traffic lights in Sharon Center. Go straight thru this intersection and immediately bear right onto Pond St. Follow Pond St. for 1-1/2 miles until you come to a traffic rotary. Go half way around the rotary and continue onto Massapoag Ave. for three miles to the park entrance, on your left.

      From Boston: Take the southeast expressway south to Rte. 128 north and then to Rte. 95 south. Follow directions from above.

      From west: Mass Pike to Rte. 495 south to exit 10 (Easton and Rte. 123). Take a left at the end of the ramp and follow Rte. 123 east towards Easton. Rte. 123 will merge with Rte. 106 east. After this merge look for the brown "Borderland" sign, on the left about a half mile from the merge. Take this left onto Poquanticut Ave. After about a mile the road will fork, bear to the left onto Massapoag Ave. and follow the signs to the park, approximately another two miles. Entrance will be on your right.

      From east (Brockton): From Rte. 24 north take exit 17B (Easton). Follow Rte. 123 west to the intersection of Rte. 138. Take a right onto Rte. 138 north and follow to the second set of traffic lights (approx. one mile), take a left onto Main St and continue about one mile into the center of North Easton. In the center the road will fork, continue straight up the hill, Lincoln St., and follow to the end, approx. two miles. Take a right onto Bay Rd., then an immediate left onto Allen Rd. Follow Allen Rd. to its end, approx. one and a half miles. Take a right onto Rockland St. and follow for just under a mile to a four way stop sign. Take a right onto Massapoag Ave., the park entrance will be one mile on your right.

      From south (Fall River): From Rte. 24 north take exit 16 (Rte. 106 west and Mansfield). Follow Rte. 106 west through four sets of traffic lights. Go thru the fourth light, which will be the intersection of Rte. 123 and 106, continue west on Rtes. 123 & 106 for one half mile. A brown park sign will be on your right, take this right onto Poquanticut Ave. Follow the signs to the park, approximately three miles.

      From south (Providence): Take Rte. 95 north to exit 7A (Mansfield & Rte. 140 south). Take Rte. 140 south to the intersection of Rte. 106 east. Follow Rte. 106 into Easton. Rte. 106 will merge with Rte. 123. Continue 1/2 mile after the merge and turn left at the brown Borderland sign onto Poquanticut Ave. Follow Poquanticut Ave. and then bear left onto Massapoag Ave. to the park, which will be on your right, approximately 3 miles from the turn at Rtes. 106/123.
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      Region Status
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      Trails (view details)
      Trails Mountain Bike
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      Trails Trail Running
      Trails Horse
      Trails Snowshoe
      Trails Nordic Ski
      Total Distance
      21 miles
      Total Descent
      929 ft
      Total Vertical
      178 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      363 ft
      Ridden Counter

      Recent Ridelog Activity in Region

      • 0 rides
      • 0 ft avg distance
      • 9 rides
      • 8 miles avg distance
      Past Week
      • 22 rides
      • 8 miles avg distance

      Photos of Borderland State Park Mountain Bike

      trail: Split Rock
      3 |
      Oct 4, 2020 @ 9:23pm
      Oct 4, 2020
      trail: Bob's Trail
      53 |
      Apr 4, 2020 @ 6:40pm
      Apr 4, 2020
      trail: Bob's Trail
      49 |
      Apr 4, 2020 @ 6:39pm
      Apr 4, 2020
      trail: Friends Trail
      90 |
      Jan 31, 2020 @ 4:19am
      Jan 31, 2020

      Current Trail Warnings

      Split Rock
      Oct 8, 2020 @ 4:49pm
      Oct 8, 2020
      Idealkravdijk34Hike 3 or 4 trees down across trail,...
      Oct 8, 2020 @ 4:36pm
      Oct 8, 2020
      Drykravdijk34 Two trees down across trail: one on...
      Northwest (black)
      Oct 4, 2020 @ 7:31am
      Oct 4, 2020
      Variablemappermook Lind Massive blowdown across the trail not too...

      Recent Trail Reports

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      user #2188109mappermookaddreportBob's Trail and 2 more
      Oct 22, 2020 @ 7:52pm
      9 hours
      user #2188109mappermookaddreportBob's Trail and 2 more
      Oct 15, 2020 @ 7:40pm
      Oct 15, 2020
      user #1382600JreffordcommentreportGranite Hills Trail (+Upper)
      Oct 10, 2020 @ 5:48am
      Oct 10, 2020
      user #2450706RyanFSG4JbaddreportGranite Hills Trail (+Upper)
      Oct 9, 2020 @ 8:16pm
      Oct 9, 2020
      user #2060742HoCocommentreportBob's Trail
      Oct 9, 2020 @ 12:18pm
      Oct 9, 2020

      Recent Comments

      user #1382600JreffordreportGranite Hills Trail (+Upper)Thanks @RyanFSG4Jb. I reported it to the DCR...
      Oct 10, 2020 @ 5:48am
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      user #2188109mappermookreportBob's Trail@Jrefford: LOL this is an overall excellent...
      Oct 9, 2020 @ 12:52pm
      Oct 9, 2020
      user #1382600JreffordreportBob's Trail@MookMook: And when I was telling the park...
      Oct 9, 2020 @ 12:28pm
      Oct 9, 2020
      user #2060742HoCoreportBob's TrailHey guys. I made the trail report today but it...
      Oct 9, 2020 @ 12:18pm
      Oct 9, 2020
      user #2188109mappermookreportBob's Trail@Jrefford: Awesome, thank you. I think Whale...
      Oct 9, 2020 @ 12:02pm
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