Click on the map to see a larger representation of the Northern Strand Community Trail. This map is an approximation of where the trail runs. See below for information on main access points. 

A map of the Northern Strand Community Trail.

Eventually, you’ll be able to ride the trail from Everett through Malden, Revere, and Saugus to the beaches in Lynn and Nahant.

You can now ride or walk the trail in Everett, Malden, and Saugus. The Revere segment of the trail, which will connect four miles of paved trail in Malden and Everett with 2.5 miles of trail in Saugus, is under construction and expected to be complete in the spring of 2015.  Once that is complete, all that will remain in Bike to the Sea’s goal of creating a trail to the beaches in Revere, Lynn and Nahant will be extending the trail from Saugus through Lynn. The city of Lynn has not yet approved those plans.

Where to access the trail:

In Malden, there are two main access points for the trail near Malden Square. 1.) On the westbound side of Rte. 60, across the street from Malden High near the hockey rink parking lot. That will take you north as far a Beach Street in Malden (not too far from the Revere movie theater). 2.) On the eastbound side of Route 60 behind the Dockside Restaurant. This will take you south through Everett. It then ends near the Skyzone Indoor Trampoline Park, not too far from the Best Buy, in Everett.

In Saugus, you can access the trail off Laurel Street. If you ride the trail from Malden to where it now ends on Beach Street, continue off the trail, up Lynn Street. Go past the railroad track and take the second left onto Laurel Street. The 2 1/2 mile trail in Saugus then continues past the Anna Parker Playground, past the Belmonte Middle School, through Central Street to Chute Brook and out to Boston Street.

In Everett, you can access the trail near Air Force Road and the SkyZone Indoor Trampoline Park, not too far from the Best Buy store. It then runs past the Madeline English School before entering Malden behind the Bell Rock cemetery.


Check out the video (of the Malden portion of the trail):