Hinesburg Area Recreational Trails (hart)

Hart

All trails are open to the public. Information regarding specific appropriate use (walking, skiing, shoeshoeing, biking and horseback riding) can be found on the Information and Driving Directions document for each area.

Most of the trails described below are maintained by the Hinesburg Trails Committee, a group of volunteers appointed by the Hinesburg Select Board. The Trails Committee meets monthly and welcomes input from the community, as well as help with trail maintenance work.

Remember, it is a privilege, rather than a right, when a landowner graciously allows access to their land. Please be considerate when using all trails.

Hinesburg Trail Maps

All trail maps are available on the Avenza Maps App, which uses GPS technology to show your exact location on the trail. Available for both IOS and Android devices.  Please consider using Avenza rather than the paper maps at the kiosk, thank you.

Adventures Close To Home: A Trail Summary
This printable trail and map summary gives an overview of the HART System.

Russell Family Trails
Two miles of trails on a 63-acre working farm.

Geprags Park Trails
Over two miles of foot trails on conserved public land.

LaPlatte Headwaters Town Forest Area Trails
Several miles of foot trails on conserved land.

Hinesburg Town Forest Trails
Several miles of multi-use trails on 837 acres of mixed woodlands.

NOTE: Please use a compass and trail map when hiking in the Town Forest. If you notice missing or damaged signs or blazes or other trail conditions of concern, please contact a member of the Hinesburg Trails Committee. Note that the Economou Road trailhead is not plowed in winter.

Northeast Quadrant Trails
Public foot and bike trail on private land between Texas Hill Road and Magee Hill Road

Passing the Buck Trail
Public trail on private land east of the village.

Hinesburg Village Walking Maps
Using Village sidewalks there are several walking tours.