Road's End Wildlife Sanctuary

Trails at Road's End Wildlife Sanctuary

Once a farmstead that was selectively lumbered and cleared for agricultural purposes, Road's End proves that the land can return to its natural state if given the chance. A white pine forest now stands in an old field and pastures have become beaver meadows.

Location: Corbett Road, Worthington, MA
Hours: Trails open daily, dawn to dusk

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Explore the Trails

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Explore the Trails

Walk the 1-mile trail featuring two gentle loops that take you through fields, forests, and along a brook. Get the map >

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The nearby Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary offers a variety of programs for children, families, and adults. Find a program >

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