The Landlocked Forest of Burlington is an oasis of forest, wildlife, and natural beauty. A treasure in its own right, and enjoyed by local hikers, bicyclists, and bird watchers, it is also part of our environmental legacy, a piece of old New England to be preserved, nurtured, and bequeathed. The 250 acres of land is named the “Landlocked Forest” because of its location between Routes 62, 3, and 128 in Burlington, and conservation land in Bedford and Lexington. The property currently offers 13 miles of trails perfect for walking, trail running, bicycling, dog walking, snow shoeing, and cross-country skiing. Note: Landlocked forest meeting place: the parking lot at the corner of Turning Mill and Mountain Roads in Lexington.