“The Bay Circuit – An Original Bay State Concept: First proposed in 1929 as an outer “emerald necklace,” linking parks, open spaces and waterways from Plum Island to Kingston Bay, the Bay Circuit idea – a precursor of today’s national greenways movement – continues to take shape. Focused on a 200 mile corridor of 50 cities and towns, the Bay Circuit Trail connects the “jewels” of the “emerald necklace.” Community by community, the dream of connecting more than 85 areas of protected land in a greenway around Boston is now becoming a reality.” – from the Bay Circuit Trail web site.
See ECTA’s maps for segments of the Bay Circuit Trail.
Visit the Bay Circuit Trail web site for maps and more information.
The trail passes through different properties. Please refer to the allowed activities for each property you cross while on the Bay Circuit Trail.
The trail passes through different properties. Please refer to the regulations for each property you cross while on the Bay Circuit Trail.