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Teresa & Roberta Lee Fitness/Nature Path

Recreation & Nature

Walking Paths, Conservation Land, and Open Space

The Minuteman Bikeway

Nearly 11 miles long, the Minuteman Bikeway begins at Alewife Station in Cambridge, passes through Arlington and Lexington, and ends one mile into Bedford. With level asphalt pavement, 12-feet wide, the bikeway is great for bicycling, walking, jogging, roller-skating, and cross-country skiing.
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Battle Road Trail

Within the Minute Man National Historical Park, this five-mile-long trail connects historic sites from Meriam's Corner in Concord to the eastern boundary of the park in Lexington. This scenic trail is suitable for walking, jogging, and biking, with beautifully restored historic landscapes and buildings to enjoy along the way.
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Where it is: The Park is located on Route 2A. Phone: 978-369-6993.
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ACROSS Lexington

By Accessing Conservation land, Recreation areas, Open space, Schools and Streets, a 5.5 mile scenic circular walking and bike trail has been created that emanates northward from Lexington Center using a variety of existing public ways. More >>    Printable map >> (pdf).

Teresa & Roberta Lee Fitness/Nature Path

This fitness/nature path, with 16 self-directed fitness stations, winds through woods, meadow, and wetland behind the Hayden Recreation Center and Lincoln Park. The trail is enjoyed by joggers, walkers, and bicyclists.
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Additional Information

Approximately 1,300 (12 percent) of Lexington's 10,650 acres is protected conservation land. These areas contain many walking trails for the enjoyment of Lexington residents and visitors. Printable map >> (pdf)

The Citizens for Lexington Conservation sponsor an annual series of guided tours of various parcels of Town conservation land. More >>

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Town Sports Facilities

The Town’s Recreation Department operates several facilities that are open to the public: basketball courts, bicycle routes, playgrounds and tot lots, a running track, and tennis courts. Aquatics and swimming facilities are only open to guests of Lexington residents. For details, call the Recreation Department at 781-862-0500, ext. 706. More >>

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Golf Courses

Pine Meadows Golf Course

A 9-hole/35-par municipal course located at 225 Cedar Street. Phone: 781-862-5516. More >>
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Stone Meadow Driving Range

A privately owned facility at 675 Waltham Street and open to the public. Phone: 781-863-0445. More >>
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