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Wilhelm Reich Museum Trails

Dodge Pond Views

View of Dodge Pond from the Wilhelm Reich Museum.Photo courtesy of Shawn Thornton.

 

ORGONON TRAILS: A series of interconnecting loop trails offer 175 acres of self-guided nature trails for hiking or cross-country skiing, and include a bird watching area, educational stations, and picnic tables. Open year ’round. Please call ahead for weekend use. Located off Route 4 on Dodge Pond Rd. For more information, call the Wilhelm Reich Museum at 864-3443.

 

LOCATION OF WILHELM REICH MUSEUM TRAILHEAD

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1 comment:

Renata MoiseJune 13, 2024 at 8:07 amReply

No need to call ahead for weekend use; trials are open to the public 7 days per week. No motorized vehicles or mountain bikes. See website for info and trail map. Museum phone is seasonal. Best contact method year round would be by website.
https://wilhelmreichmuseum.org

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