Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary
- 481 Acres
Plan Your Visit
Once a working cranberry farm, this landscape underwent the largest freshwater ecological restoration ever completed in the Northeast. Now Tidmarsh is a 481-acre property that's home to a vast expanse of cold-water streams, ponds, forest, and woodlands—all permanently protected and open for everyone to enjoy!
- Foot travel only; please stay on trails (day passes are available for powered mobility devices)
- Dog walking and horseback riding are prohibited; please leave all animals and pets at home (service animals welcome)
- Camping, collecting, smoking, hunting, fishing, releasing of animals, and feeding wildlife is prohibited.
- Commercial photography needs prior approval; please see all photography guidelines.
- Trail, Universally Accessible
Tidmarsh was once a vibrant ecological setting, featuring natural bogs and a cold-water stream. Then in the 1890s it was transformed into cranberry bogs.
Tidmarsh is actively involved with a variety of projects that relate to protecting and restoring resilient landscapes.
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