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September 30th, 2002, 11:57 AM
Hello, I was wondering if anyone rode at vietnam? I know roughly where it is, but was wondering what is the best access point to get to the good stuff if you will at Vietnam? I know that there is a Holliston side as well as a Milford side. I'd love to try it out over there, but don't want to have my vehicle towed. Any insight is appreciated.
September 30th, 2002, 01:04 PM
Check out the bvnemba.org website. There is much contreversy here and your are wise to be wary of car towing! When I ride there I usually park a couple of miles away and ride the road there. Call me silly, but I haven't had to pay for a ticket or tow. The riding is worth it!
September 30th, 2002, 01:30 PM
ther eis good stuff at any of the enterences !
I never have any parking troubles ( Then again My house Abuts the nam ;D )
But I still see People parking at AAC ( costs $5 from what I'm told)
I still see people parking in the industrial park, I wouldn't want to risk it.
I have alos seen people parking at the bottom of the hill on rt 16 by the work site , I know noting about it.
I know several people who have parked at K-mart with no problem Stop and shop alos, I herd someone had a problem parking at Target. if you go about 1/2- 1 mile on 16 towards Holliston , there is a park called weston pond , lots of parking there.
September 30th, 2002, 09:05 PM
Thanks for the replies. Where do you enter the trails, on RT 85 at the power lines near the mobil and 495 or is there somewhere else to enter the trails. Not to be a jerk or anything, but for a website so dedicated to preserving the Vietnam riding area there is little to no info about it. Whasssuuuppp. PEACE. Kevin
September 30th, 2002, 10:11 PM
You can enter several places depending where you start
1) 495 and 85 Go up either the power lines or by the cell tower.
2) 495 and 16 enter right up the hill of the power lines
3) adams street in Holliston and 2/3 of a mile down from 16 there is an enterence
4) the end of dunster road in holliston , dead end street off of adams street.
5) college rock, off of college street in Hopkinton ( long way to the majority of trails and tough to find them if you don't know your way , Not reccomened if you don't know your way )
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