Hike historic woodland trails that wind through over 130 acres of the Robert Treat Paine Estate and connect to the Western Greenway.
Experience the beauty and serenity of the pristine forest, with its rare wildflowers and wildlife, vernal pools, enormous trees, rocky outcrops, ancient stone walls and vistas.
Learn about the Paines' Forest in Context of Olmsted, the father of public parks, national parks, and forestry in America.
25.5 acres of these woodlands are currently being considered as a potential site for the new Waltham High School. Click here for more information...