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Level: Advanced
Length: 0 mi (0 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Other
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Mountain Biking Tully Lake

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#111 of 221 mountain bike trails in Massachusetts
#6,709 in the world

Tully Lake is a 1300-acre flood control project completed in 1949. The reservoir area is rich with natural beauty and outdoor recreation. A tents-only campground with 35 sites lies on the north side of the 200-acre lake. Adjacent to the dam, the Recreation Area offers picnic sites and a boat ramp with a 10-HP maximum. Twenty-three miles of hiking trails extend around the lake, Long Pond, and off-site to nearby waterfalls and scenic vistas. The lake is ideal for canoes and kayaks, which can explore the lake, the Tully River and Long Pond.

First added by TrailAPI on Jul 11, 2013. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Tully Lake is located in north central Massachusetts, about 1.5 hours west of Boston. In Massachusetts, take exit 17 on Route 2, and follow Route 32 north approximately 6 miles through Athol and into Royalston. From New Hampshire, follow Route 32 south about 8 miles from the intersection of Route 119 in Richmond. Route 32 goes over Tully Dam and provides direct access to the lake.
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  • Lee Anne Pratt

    One trail around the lake. No stopping to figure out where you are verses where you want to go. Ride up to see the waterfall and then ride the trail. Some technical and flowy trails.

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  • Fred/Boston

    The car drive to Tule Lake is a trip unto itself! Peautiful country roads all the way.

    First time here. We took the Damn trail that ran along the water. We kept the water to I left all the way. The area is primarily for hiking and driving golf balls!

    Loved it! Very peaceful, rural and untouched woods along the way.

    See photos for view of bike trails & paths.

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