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Very nice set of flat trails. Definitely what you’d expect from meadow/bog/pond- so expect bugs if going in mid summer. I went early in the morning in July and the bugs weren’t horrendous but a hat would have been a nice addition. The sounds of birds and bullfrogs were deafening, it was delightful. There’s plenty of shade and woody trail area as well. The trail around the center area of the big is wet and narrow so wear hose-offable shoes in the wet season. All around very pleasant, non—arduous walk super close to town for those looking for a quick escape from city life or with only a few minutes to give to a nature jaunt. FYI No dogs allowed (only drawback- its a mass Audubon site, sorry pups).

Always a nice walk here. Flat, well marked trails of various distances. Nice wildlife and wildflowers. I don’t know what happened to the Wildlife Observation Building, but it’s physically gone, however, there is still a trail leading out to view the area.

The sign there says no running, but it was a pretty little jog, albeit flat.

cross country skiing
Tuesday, January 31, 2017

nice and flat !

hiking
Friday, September 14, 2018

hiking
Monday, August 06, 2018

hiking
Tuesday, June 26, 2018

snowshoeing
Friday, December 30, 2016