Conway State Forest

Conway State Forest

Conway, Massachusetts 01341

Conway State Forest maps

About this Location

Conway State Forest, 1,920 acres, was established in 1916 to protect the watershed of Lake Rohunta, which is the town's drinking water reservoir. The forest has two separate sections: one near Bardwell's Ferry Bridge and the other along the old Conway Electric Street Railway line. The forest offers recreational opportunities including hiking, biking, fishing, and wildlife viewing. The property has 7 miles of public trails. 

Notable Trails

The AllTrails website has descriptions and maps of hikes at Conway State Forest.


  • Restrooms on site

  • Wheelchair accessible trail

  • Entrance fee

Content from David Precht

Last updated December 3, 2023