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    Conway Center Walking Route, Conway

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  • The Conway Center Route is a 2-mile route in the historic district of Conway. It follows theSouth River, goes over a covered bridge, passeshistoric homes and picturesque farmland.

    For more information on walking inFranklin County visit:www.walkfranklincounty.org The Franklin Regional Council of Governments, the cities and towns overwhose sidewalks and roads you will travel, and the agencies and groups listedon this map are not responsible for your personal safety and in no mannercertify the safety of these routes. These routes are suggested only as moresuitable than others for travel. All users assume full responsibility for theirown safety. This map includes roads that may be private. Please respect therights of landowners. This map was prepared under contract 56006 incooperation with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and theU.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.

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    ay Part of a set of 28 walkingroutes in each town of FranklinCounty. Created for WalkFranklin County - for the Healthof It!

    Points of Interest:1. Town Offices (parking on street)2. Town Hall (fields behind Hall are the siteof the annual Festival of the Hills, held 1stweekend in October)3. Methodist Church building4. Original Conway Grammar School5. Conway Covered Bridge6. Grange Hall, now Page's (cafe)7. Conway Inn (food and drink)8. Conway Historical Society

    FRANKLIN REGIONALCOUNCIL OFGOVERNMENTS

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