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Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary Trail

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary Trail
293 Moose Hill Parkway

Moose Hill is Mass Audubon’s oldest and largest wildlife sanctuary, encompassing protected forests, fields, and wetlands. Diverse hiking trails and a red maple swamp boardwalk provide countless opportunities for exploration in addition to seasonal programs and summer day camp. Acres: 1,971 Trail Mileage: 25 miles Sanctuary Highlights Moose Hill Community Farm, a community supported agriculture program (CSA) that provides shareholders with organic, local produce. Nature-inspired art exhibits from local artists shown throughout the year Breathtaking views along the Bluff Trail, especially in when fall foliage is at its peak. Fun events throughout the year including Halloween prowl, maple sugaring in late winter, and star parties on clear nights. Summer day camp, which appeals to a wide variety of kids (ages 3-14), with sessions focusing on creative arts, science, adventure, and nature.

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary Trail is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media