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1 mile easy loop with benches along the way. Nice walk with interpretive/educational stops along the way. Our group ranged from 48-86 year olds and it worked for us all! Nice tribute to an environmental trailblazer.
The Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge is a great way to enjoy the outdoors with a walk through the woods. It borders a marsh where you will see many beautiful wildlife (Have to be a bit quiet) The day we went we saw Blue Herons &...More
We stopped here to see what the refuge had to offer. There was a nice walking trail through the woods that had a number of observation points with views of the salt marsh. Didn't see a lot of birds, but that could have been due...More
Love walking the loop at the wildlife refuge - the views are very pretty and on a hot day it is mostly shaded so it is a nice break from the beach. Walk is about a mile long so we plan for about an hour...More
As permanent residents of Wells, we love to take our dog here for her walks. We often see deer along the outer marsh and many different birds are usually feeding in the marsh as well. The actual walking trail is easy and the important spots...More
Well maintained trail with multiple stopping points that are marked and matched with a printed guide. Views all the way out to the ocean! For environmentalists, this is a wonderful excursion into Rachel Carson's passion for wildlife protection.
After a large breakfast this was just what we needed to try and walk off those extra pounds. Easy parking and well maintained paths of bark chippings there is a leaflet for a lesuirely self guided stroll. As you pause at the points of interest...More
I (Rachel) love to go here with my son (Carson). The approximate 1 mile loop takes you through the sanctuary offering you beautiful view points in 10 locations. The path is wide and young children can easily walk it but if not, it is accessible...More