Pine Hill Park is a 325 acre park in Rutland, Vermont. It consists of 17 miles of single-track trails that provide some of the best mountain biking, trail running, hiking, strolling, snowshoeing, and geocaching in central Vermont. Thousands of people visit the park each month to enjoy these trails. The Pine Hill Partnership, a non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers, looks after the park. The Pine Hill Partnership believes it is critical to develop and protect regional trail networks so that residents and visitors to the Rutland area can participate in healthy outdoor activities and adventures.
Each year, new features are introduced to Pine Hill Park to improve the visitor experience. For example, in 2014, the Pine Hill Partnership secured landowner approval to reopen the Carriage Trail, which connects Rutland and Proctor. The pathway largely follows the path of a wagon road from the 1800s.
Some trails are only for pedestrians, or they may be blocked due to weather, etc. Dogs are welcome in the park, but they must always be kept on a leash.
Official Trail Map: pinehillpark.org/maps/downloads/