Trail name: Oak Grove
Managed by: Town of Manchester
Length: 2.7 miles
Fifty-two acres of protected land owned by the Town of Manchester and Lutz Children's Museum. Well-marked trails, dotted with both picnic tables and a covered bridge. Trails are open to the public and circle a pond, which is sometimes the home to turtles, mallard ducks, and Canadian geese.
About Town of Manchester Trails
Welcome, enjoy these maps to Manchester's Trails and Pathways.
Rules and Regulations
- Use common sense. - Absolutely no motorized vehicles allowed with the exception of battery-powered wheelchairs.- Obey all local trail rules posted at trailheads as well as any state and local laws that apply.- Do not litter, bring a bag, carry out what you carry in.- Use of these trails is at your own risk.- Travel on the right side of trail, except when passing. - When passing on a bike, give a clear and audible signal. - Cyclists and in-line skaters shall yield to all hikers and pedestrians. - When entering or crossing a trail, yield to all users. - Be respectful of wildlife. - Do not trespass onto private property. - Trail users shall use provided crosswalks at intersecting roadways. - Keep pets on leash. Clean up after pets. - Walk against the direction of traffic when walking within the roadway. - Bicyclists should ride with traffic. - Follow all laws pertaining to bicycles and their use. - Bicyclists shall ride in single file within roadway or trail. - Bicyclists and in-line skaters shall wear standard protective gear.