The Official website of the Bolton Economic Development Committee

Bolton is privileged to have over 2,000 acres of conservation-protected land in over 15 key areas. Conservation lands and trails wind through open fields and meadows, natural quarries, and canopied forests that pass by streams and ponds, and provide a natural habitat for a wide variety of wildlife including fox, coyote, turtles, salamanders, butterflies, dragonflies and birds as well as rare plant species. Bolton’s trail systems provide great recreational opportunities in the form of walking, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing. Off leash dogs are welcome. We encourage you to enjoy the rich, natural landscape that gives Bolton its rural charm and character. Learn more at: