Calendar of Events

Also check out the Westborough Walks Meetup group for hikes and activities guided by volunteers from WCLT.

October 14, 2018
1:30 - 3:30 PM
Gilmore Pond

Family Nature Hike and Scavenger Hunt

[Date changed: Event now scheduled for October 14.]

Come on a kid-length hike where youngsters will explore nature with their parents, followed by a fun scavenger hunt for ages 6 and up to practice what you have learned.

Prizes will be awarded!

Parents/Guardians must supervise their children; this is not a drop-off event.

Long pants, closed shoes, and insect repellent recommended.

Meet at the Gilmore Pond Trail Entrance, GPS address approximately 19 Quick Farm Rd. Westborough.

Trail Map:


October 20, 2018
5:30 - 7:30 PM
Lake Chauncy

Twilight to Moonlight Walk

Enjoy the sunset across Lake Chauncy, then take a walk by the light of the nearly-full moon to get in the Halloween spirit.

Will we hear owls?

Take Fuller Way/Hospital Road off Lyman St. to the old State Hospital land and bear left. Park and meet at the lake edge, at the yellow gate between Hospital land and the Fish and Wildlife land, past the Chauncy Soccer Fields.

Walk will be 1-2 miles on wide, mostly level, unpaved trails, with one small hill.

Bring a flashlight, but we plan to keep them off most of the time.

Trail Map:


November 11, 2018
1:30 - 3:30 PM
Crane Swamp

Eskers, Moraines, and Drumlins: The Glacial Geology of Westborough

Ice Age isn’t just a Disney movie!

Learn how rocky, hilly, pond-filled New England was sculpted by a mile-thick sheet of ice over 20,000 years ago.

We will start with an orientation, hike down the Crane Esker Trail, and then walk along the Crane Swamp and Cedar Hill Trails to the Top of Cedar Hill and back. Total distance will be 4 miles with opportunities to turn back early, on woodland trails with one moderate hill.

Led by geologist Andy Koenigsberg.

Meet at the Haskell Street Ball Fields upper parking lot, GPS approximate location: 42 Haskell St, Westborough.

Trail Map:


January 27, 2019
1:30 - 3:30 PM
MassWildlife headquarters

Who Made Those Tracks?

Tracking expert Paul Wanta will introduce us to this fun and fascinating hobby.

We may see evidence of beaver, deer, coyote, red fox, bobcat, and many other animals.

Meet at the MassWildlife headquarters, 1 Rabbit Hill Rd., Westborough.

This will be a slow walk of 1-2 miles with frequent stops, on uneven ground with one small hill.

Dress for the weather.


Westborough Community Land Trust, PO Box 838, Westborough , MA 01581
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