Lake Wampanoag Wildlife Sanctuary
Some of the fascinating wildlife
that inhabit this sanctuary include
moose, bear, deer, bobcats, and
coyotes. Walk the loop trails
through the fields and see a
variety of butterflies, dragonflies,
raptors, and songbirds. Explore the
woodland trails for signs of moose
and other mammals. Look for ducks
and other interesting wildlife in the
GPS units and websites for driving directions (Mapquest, etc.) may not give accurate directions to Lake Wampanoag. Please use the directions below.Address:
Trails open every day, dawn to dusk.
- For Your Safety
- Do not feed any animals
- Stay on trails
- Check for ticks after your walk
- Do not smoke anywhere on the sanctuary
- Do not pick or collect plants or crops without permission
- Avoid Conflicts with Wildlife
- Do not bring pets, leashed or unleashed, on to the site
- Do not bring motorized vehicles or bicycles onto the site
- Hunting, fishing, or trapping are not permitted
Mass Audubon Members enjoy FREE admission.
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Residents of Gardner are also free.
$3 for non-members
Follow Rt 2 to Rt 140 north (exit 24B, Ashburnham/ Winchendon). Follow Rt 140 approximately 4.2 miles and take a left onto Green St. Continue on Green Street for 0.4 miles and look for "Monadnock Trust" and "Camp Collier" signs on your left. Turn left onto Eaton Street and proceed for 0.8 miles. When you see the "Camp Collier" sign, turn right onto Raymond Street and park at the end of the road.