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 >

Program Catalog

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Try Something New!

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

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Stage view at Arcadia Folk Festival 2018 © Julian Parker-Burns

Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event September 17, 2022

Arcadia Folk Festival enters its fourth year! Enjoy a day of family-friendly activities and performances by an exciting lineup of musical groups. Presented by Mass Audubon and Signature Sounds. Tickets on sale now.

Eastern Meadowlark © Meredith Broberg

Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary

Canary in the Coal Mine is a show conceived by Massachusetts-based studio Zea Mays Printmaking to promote awareness of the vast number of avian species that face eradication due to climate change.

Derek Allard is a birder and Bird-a-thon fundraiser

Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary

"Mass Audubon’s work is wonderful and much needed, especially in the age of climate change and ever-rising population. How can you not want to take on this fight?"

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