Sanctuary Guidelines for Long Pasture
For your safety and to avoid conflicts with wildlife, we ask that you please:
- Leave everything as you find it—do not pick or collect items
- Remain on the trails at all times to protect plants, animals, and yourself
- Leave dogs and other pets at home; service animals welcome*
- Refrain from bike riding or operating motorized vehicles; day passes are available for powered mobility devices*
- Refrain from fishing, hunting, or trapping
- Refrain from launching, operating, or retrieving drones or other remote-controlled aerial vehicles
- Enjoy snacks or picnics in designated areas—carry out all trash
- Do not smoke
*Learn more about accessibility at our wildlife sanctuaries.
A Note on Trail Safety
Please stay on the trails for your safety as well as the safety of our native wildlife. Poison ivy and ticks are common in Massachusetts, so be sure to wear proper footwear, learn how to identify each, and be on the lookout. Also bring plenty of water, especially during the summer.
Mass Audubon welcomes visitors to capture the beauty and wonder of our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries through photography. If you would like to use a wildlife sanctuary for commercial photography purposes, please review the complete guidelines and learn how to schedule a time.