Cataumet Greenway & Red Brook Pond
The Cataumet Greenway at 95 acres is a small area that's dense with trails. About 5 miles if you ride everything.
The trails are almost all winding, flowing non-technical singletracks. All are fun to ride no matter which direction you choose to ride them in. Normally I'll ride most of them in both direstions.
At 30 acres Red Brook Pond is a nearby about 1/4 mile away on Shore road.
The best place to park to ride both is near Cataumet's Post Office. You'll see a parking area, playground and trailhead in the same complex.
A good description of both is this one, taken from the Bourne Conservation Trust's Website.
Cataumet Greenway, approximately 95 acres, is comprised of several parcels joined together to provide a network of trails through varying habitats. It is home to numerous species of wild animals and a variety or wildflowers. A sheep trench from an era gone by can still be seen at various point along the trail. Included is Red Brook Pond Conservation Area, Cataumet Center, and Lawrence Island.
A GPX file for a good ride linking the two areas is at the top of this page. It can be downloaded into your phone or other GPX device.
The Greenway's trails are really fun to ride. They flow and you never seem to going in a straight line for more that a few seconds at at time. The trails here nicely branch the difference between beginner and intermediate so most everyone will enjoy them.