Trails at Mass Audubon
We have 50+ wildlife sanctuaries across the state, from Cape Cod to the Berkshires. On our hundreds of miles of trails you can take in ocean, pond, and river views; explore forests and fields; hike drumlins and eskers; stroll boardwalks and gravel paths; discover stone walls and observation towers; go on a Quest or play nature bingo; and enjoy solitude on benches or in bird blinds.
Find a Trail by Region
Sanctuary names marked with an asterisk (*) also have an universally accessible trail.
Connecticut River Valley
West Mountain, Plainfield
Pierpont Meadow, Dudley
South of Boston
Attleboro Springs, Attleboro*
Cape Cod and the Islands
To ensure that everyone has an opportunity to connect with the natural world, many of Mass Audubon's wildlife sanctuaries now feature universally accessible trails.
Download and print a bird checklist before your visit to a wildlife sanctuary and bring it with you for a convenient way to keep track of birds you see.
Criss-crossing woodlands throughout New England, stone walls are centuries-old historical markers indicating that land was previously cleared for agricultural use. Mass Audubon has stone walls to explore at many of our wildlife sanctuaries. Learn more
Print out the cards and see if you can be the first to find all the items in a row, column, or corner to corner! We have Bingo cards with year-round and seasonal nature themes. Start Playing >