Conway Hills Wildlife Sanctuary

Trail at Conway Hills Wildlife Sanctuary

Once cow pastures along with hay and tobacco fields covered much of the area. Now many of the fields have reverted to forests, which provides habitat for coyotes, bears, moose, and bobcats. A single loop trail with a moderate ascent takes you through a previously harvested white pine and hemlock forest, past aging stone walls, by a large sugar maple “wolf” tree, and over some rocky ledges. 

LocationSouth Deerfield Road (Route 116), Conway, MA
Hours: Trails, open daily dawn to dusk

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Explore a 3/4 mile loop trail which takes you through a previously harvested white pine and hemlock forest, past aging stone walls, and over some rocky ledges. Learn More

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