Also known as Sylvan Way, Whisper Way
The trails are accessible from either Whisper Way or Sylvan Way, both of which have signs. At the end of Whisper Way there is parking for several cars on the right, near the trail entrance. The Sylvan Way entrance is on the right just after the corner with Winter Street.
Whisper Way is currently a dirt road, and due to construction of a development there, the road may be blocked by equipment during the work week. This situation should be rectified soon.
Cameron Woods with the adjacent Hopkinton Town Forest is one of the largest contiguous conservation areas in Hopkinton, containing over 250 acres of wooded land. The area has over four miles of trails that meander past old growth trees, streams, and rock outcroppings. In winter and early spring you can find some beautiful frozen cascades coming off the rocks.
Connection to the loop trial in neighboring Whitehall State Park is possible by crossing Winter Street from either the Yellow Trail or Phipps Woods trailheads. These connections, though unmarked, have small parking areas in front of them and are quite obvious, but you will have to walk ⅛ mile either north or south down the street from the trailheads to get to them. See the map above.
Be aware that hunting is allowed on this property, as well as the adjacent Town Forest. So it is wise to wear orange during hunting season, especially if venturing off trail. Hunting is not permitted on Sundays.
Size: 126 acres; 250 acres including adjacent town land
The town purchased the largest piece, the Cameron Woods portion from Ken Cameron and in 2015 granted a Conservation Restriction to HALT. The town granted a CR for the Whisper Way section in 2014, and on the Sylvan Way portion in 2016. See also the page on Phipps Woods.
The Trust maintains the trails and has built the most recent bridges.
Biking, Hiking/Walking, Horseback Riding, Hunting, Woods Trail
Geocaches on this property
Whisper Way: GC5WXJ9