Located on Route 202 about a mile north of the center of Antrim, NH, is a nice little hiking trail. McCabe Forest is part of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. There is a series of trails through the forest.
They day I did the hike, a friend and I did about a mile and a half loop through the woods, over wooden bridges, and along a river. The trail is flat. I did find the trails confusing to navigate due the multiple branches of trails and very little directions. If I was not hiking with a friend it would have been difficult for me to figure out how to navigate, if it's your first time I would recommending bringing a map or taking a picture of the one at the beginning of the trail.
This is a great hike for someone wanting to get out for a easy hike. We did the roughly mile and half in 30 minutes. The trails are perfect for families. I liked the amount of wooden bridges, which are always fun for kids.