The Spicket River Greenway in Lawrence is associated with the development of the Salem Bike and Ped Corridor. The Upper Falls Greenways are a short rail route that passes through the town of Methuen, Massachusetts, and the town of Lawrence, Mass., in Massachusetts. It connects the green strip along the Laurentiusweg with a development in Salem along the "Bike & Ped" corridor.
The Mystic River Greenway is part of the Mystic Greenways Path System, which also includes the Wellington Green Way and the Malden River Greenway. The Mystic River Greenways in Methuen, Massachusetts, and Lawrence, Mass., Massachusetts: The Maldon River Redway, Middletown River Blueway and, to a lesser extent, both the Spicket River and the Spickets River are a section of Mystic's pathway systems, which include the Wellington Green Way and Mystics RiverGreenway in Mystic.
The historic Searles - Tenney - Nevins district, bordered by the Methuen River Greenway, Middletown River Blueway and Mystic River Falls Greenways. The historic Searle-Tenney Nevin district, stretching from the Spicket River to the Seabrook Falls National Wildlife Refuge in Mystic, Mass., Massachusetts.
There are also several ponds dotted around the area, and the city hosts a number of waterfalls, such as the Mystic River Falls National Wildlife Refuge. There are several ponds in this area, so there are many different fish species in the waters of the Methuen River and several ponds scattered throughout the area. The town of Methuselah, Mass., is a small town of about 5,000 people and the site of one of Massachusetts "most popular tourist attractions. Mine Falls Park in Nashua, Massachusetts, bounded by the Middletown River Blueway, Seabrook Falls Greenway and Mystic Valley Greenways.
The Heritage Trail is managed by the State of New Hampshire and provides access to recreational and historical attractions in all states. The Marblehead Rail Trail appears on the map as a "Y," resting on its side, connecting the city of Methuselah, Massachusetts, and the city of Boston, Mass., over a length of 1.4 miles, totaling about 4.5 miles.
The Massachusetts Route 213 Loop Connector provides highway access between the two, although it is completely out of town and does not have direct access to the city of Methuselah from the Massachusetts State Highway System. The Route 213 bypass provides highway access between the state highway system and the Maine State Road system, but does not provide highway access between them, even though it is completely out of town and only has a direct connection to Boston via the MassDOT Boston - Maine - Massachusetts - New Hampshire Highway system.
The Hannover Branch Rail Trail connects the communities of Abington and Rockland with the southeastern outskirts of Boston. The Tri-Community Greenway follows the South Bay Harbor Trail, which is being built to serve the Stoneham Shoe Factory and provide passenger services to and from the Boston - Maine - Massachusetts - New Hampshire rail line. The SouthBay Harbor Trail connects the Port of Boston with the city of Methuselah and the city of South Boston as well as the states of Massachusetts and Maine.
The New Boston Rail Trail follows the former corridor of the same name through a densely wooded area of Methuselah and the city of Boston. About a dozen miles west of Concord, the Stevens Rail Trail offers scenic views of New York City, Boston and the Hudson River Valley in New Hampshire.
Methuen is located in the western part of the state, north of Boston and south of Methuselah, on the New Hampshire-New York State border, about half a mile from the Massachusetts-New Jersey border. MethUen was located in a densely wooded area near the Boston River and the New England border, between the Maine and Massachusetts borders.
Methuen is located in the western part of the state, north of Boston and south of Methuselah, on the New Hampshire-New York border, about half a mile from the Massachusetts-New Jersey border. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 2,741 square kilometers, 4.5% of which are land and 1.2% water. At the 2000 census, there was a median income of $50,000, or $35,500 for a family of four living in that city. MethUen was located at the intersection of Route 1 and Route 3, between the Maine-New England border, near the Boston River and about half a mile south of the New Jersey-Maine border.
Hispanics and Latinos of all races were the largest group of residents in Methuen, with a median income of $50,000, or $35,500 for a family of four. They accounted for about 1.5% of the city's total population and are the second-largest minority group in the state after the New Hampshire-New York border.
In Methuen, the population was spread across all age groups, with 15.3% aged 65 or over, but that was down from 18.5% in 2012. Some 3.7% of the urban population, or 1.4 million people, lived below the poverty line, including about 2.2% of children under 18 and about 1,000 people under 65. The population is spread across all age groups, although it was 3% last year.