Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

Marsh at Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

It’s not uncommon to spot unusual birds at Marblehead Neck, located in the center of a peninsula that extends into Massachusetts Bay. Its swamp, thickets, and woodlands are a haven for migratory birds—especially warblers—during the spring and fall migrations. 

Location: Risley Road, Marblehead, MA
Hours: Trails daily, dawn to dusk
Parking is limited. No bathroom facilities onsite.

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Explore the Trails

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Explore the Trails

Walk or hike about 0.85 miles on the Warbler Trail and look for birds in the trees below your perch on the rocky outcropping. Get outside >

Programs & More

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Programs & More

Connect with nature as a family! Nearby Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary offers programs, day camps, & more. Find some fun >