Thrall Dam Park Trails
44.272959, -73.563142
Rte 9, Lewis
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The trails have never looked better at Thrall Dam Park, and the multi-use nature of them, in addition to spectacular wildlife viewing, makes this place a great location to spend some time in the town of Lewis.

How to get there

There are two main trailheads. The western trailhead is on Route 9, 0.7 miles south of Lewis and 3.75 miles north of Elizabethtown. The northern trailhead is 0.2 miles east of the four corners in Lewis, on Lewis-Wadhams Road. 


Hikers will utilize the same trails that the mountain bikers use. There aren't too many areas of quick and large elevation gains, making it a safe multi-use trail that can be shared by all. These trails weave around wetlands, where you can stop and keep an eye out for birds or look closely for rare plants. 

Mountain biking

The system consists of three main trail sections: Thrall, Inez. and Lewis. Combing them all, which would essentially take you around the entire park, totals right around 3.5 miles. Trailforks has a detailed map of these trails. 



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