About Stony Brook
Known for its extensive boardwalk system that goes through forest, fields, and wetlands, Stony Brook offers up-close views of wildlife above and under the water.
Located adjacent to the 140-acre Bristol Blake State Reservation and cooperatively managed with the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), this former 18th-century mill site now supports native wildlife.
108 North Street, Norfolk, MA 02056
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Saturday & Sunday, 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Open daily, dawn to dusk
→ For your safety and to avoid conflicts with wildlife, please follow our sanctuary guidelines during your visit.
Members & DCR Park Pass Holders: Free
Nonmembers: $4 Adults, $3 Seniors (65+), $3 Children (2-12)
As a way to increase access to nature, Mass Audubon also offers several free admission programs at our wildlife sanctuaries.
- Universally Accessible Nature Center
- Universally Accessible Restrooms
- Universally Accessible Trail
- Picnic Area
- Electric Vehicle Charging Station
2 miles (universally accessible: 2,000 feet)
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- Universally accessible post-and-rope All Persons Trail that leads past forested knoll, on to wetland boardwalk traveling through marsh and ponds. Guide available in large print, Braille, and audio format.
- Boardwalk through extensive wetlands ends at a marsh-viewing platform, providing great opportunities for viewing wildlife.
- Nature Play Area that features unique structures for climbing, hiding, and free play.
- Native butterfly and bird garden that surround the Nature Center.
- Natural history exhibits, program space, and gift shop with nature-oriented items in the Nature Center.
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