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Hodges Village Dam

Hodges Village Dam

   Almost 1,200 acres of land make up the natural environment at Hodges Village Dam. There are over 15 miles of trails available at Hodges Village Dam for many different activities. The blue blazed trails and the Midstate Trail (yellow triangles) on both the east and west sides of French river are for non-motorized use (hiking, nature study, mountain biking, cross country skiing, and horseback riding).

    The US Army Corps of Engineers manages the natural resources at Hodges Village Dam for multiple uses: flood control, wildlife habitat, forest production, watershed protection, and outdoor recreation

  1. NH / MA Line marker
  2. Mt Watatic
  3. Crow Hill Ledges, Leominster State Forest
  4. Redemption Rock
  5. Wachusett Mountain State Reservation
  6. Barre Falls Dam
  7. Harding Hill
  8. Sampson's Pebble
  9. Spencer State Forest
  10. Hodges Village Dam
  11. Douglas State Forest
  12. MA / RI Line marker