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My wife and come here numerous times all year round. It never fails to show us something new. Whether it’s all the different plants and trees or the variety of wildlife. Always a great place for a walk or taking pictures. Highly recommend you visit...More
Our family gathering of 16 had the whole place to ourselves. Entrance fee is by donation and there is some limited parking! We enjoyed he birds as we approached the entrance. We hiked along trails, crossed boardwalks, stopped at observation decks, and hidden blinds to...More
A beautiful natural wildlife sanctuary. Birdlife is a bit sparse now but definitely bluejays, white breasted nuthatches, hawks and of course the poop machines (Canada Geese) that seem to have taken over. They make walking on the paths a little distracting when one eye has...More
So many family outings require families to spends money and some don't even allow for us to actually spend time talking together. This is a beautiful spot that doesn't cost anything more than a small donation. All of the trails are beautifully manicured and places...More
We can walk to this Audubon preserve from our house so we come here quite often. I’ve walked and snowshoed here. It is also possible to use a stroller just with a few bumps. I’ve also kayaked in from Peter Igo Park. It’s very scenic...More
A fairly small, wooded area to walk. Nice paths and lots of open fields. Nice wooden boardwalks throughout. Was expecting to see a better variety of birds. Kind of a boring trip as there was very little wildlife. Just geese, two swans, a few ducks...More
Walk here 2 to 3 times a week. Great place to bird watch. Very peaceful! No dogs allowed so as not to disturb the wildlife. They ask u to leave a donation, used to be a couple of dollars, Beautiful in the fall.
This is my go-to place for walking all four seasons of the year. Several trail options, so you can choose a walk through the fields, a stroll by the river, a boardwalk trek in the woods. Great place for kids, with secret trails. Bring binoculars...More
The sanctuary is a beautiful place to go pretty much anytime of year. The wildlife here is gorgeous and the land is extensive. It costs a minimal donation to enter but is worth it. The wooded area is lovely and so peaceful. I've never been...More
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Its doable if you have a stroller that some use while jogging - most paths are wide and so are the boardwalks. I've not seen anyone use a stroller during the times I've been there though. Children are either big enough to... More
Its doable if you have a stroller that some use while jogging - most paths are wide and so are the boardwalks. I've not seen anyone use a stroller during the times I've been there though. Children are either big enough to walk or be carried. There are a few steps before entering the sanctuary. Suggest you call the Mass Audubon North River Wildlife Sanctuary as they also oversee that sanctuary.