Nature Play Area At Moose Hill

Kids playing in the woods at Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary
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You can help create an inviting and fun new experience at Moose Hill!

Nature Play Areas add more ways for people to connect with nature by encouraging self-directed, informal play. Unlike static, traditional playgrounds, Nature Play Areas give children the chance to solve problems and construct their surroundings though natural elements and unstructured exploration.

Cookie’s Garden: a Nature Play Area at Moose Hill will provide a safe place where children of all ages and abilities can use their imagination while exploring the sanctuary’s natural elements. While Moose Hill’s trained teacher-naturalists use nature play on a regular basis as part of our programs, a dedicated space offers a gentle introduction to nature for parents and children.

Not only will families have a place to spend more outside time together but so will school children visiting the wildlife sanctuary, after-school program participants, campers, and children coming for other group activities, such as scouts.

Get Involved

We are off to a great start! A local family is raising money to help fund a portion of the project to honor the memory of Cookie Gebler, a former volunteer and supporter of Moose Hill.

Your support is critical to making this space a reality at Moose Hill. Help us reach our goal by donating today.

For more information or questions, contact Moose Hill Sanctuary Director, Karen Stein, at 781-784-5691 or [email protected].