Explore the most popular trails in Fort Nature Refuge with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Nice flat easy hike. Very few others on the path, good bird and fish views!

Red trail goes by active beaver pond. good family hike

Well maintained and high quality trail. Audubon trail so no dogs or jogging. Nice parking lot. Maps included. Blue loop about 1.5 miles. Can add on a pond view for about .2 more. White trail is a shortcut between blue loop. Add yellow and red trails on for another 2 miles. Yellow is trail that connects blue and red loop. Great water views and well marked trail. Will def do it again. Great for all ages.

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Love it and the snow covered trails made it beautiful! Will definitely return!

Too many bugs! Bring lots of bug spray. Other than that, easy trail to hike

Trails could have been better marked but it was still enjoyable I'd go back again.

strong 3. Not rating higher due to having to go off trail a little for anything interesting outside the lake/marsh. Good trail for a pleasant walk. Well maintained and clean. Plenty of trail markers but blue is the only one available as yellow and white were closed by National Grid

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

This is a nice, casual hike, easy for all ages. The trails are well marked and the area is generally very quiet and peaceful. Occasionally friends and I will run through these trails as well for more of an exercise benefit.

Trail wasn't very difficult. We walked the blue trail in about an hour. The red and yellow trails were marked closed. The best part was the pond overlook. Bring the bug spray, tons of mosquitos

nice well marked trails. not much to see though

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