Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary Loop Trail

0.9 Miles


The Massachusetts Audubon Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Easthampton Massachusetts and this short 0.9 mile loop trail passes through the woods along a handful of trails and leads out to a small lookout point located by the water. The trail also has a small vernal pond with a boardwalk so visitors can see turtles, frogs and other wildlife. Please note that this recording follows several trails, listed in the notes below.

The sanctuary offers educational resources and is a great place to explore. The grounds are very well maintained with brand new picnic tables and fields for all sort of activities. There are several other trails on the grounds, offering very short to medium length walks for all ages.

Fees: $4 for adults, $3 for kids 3-10.

Trails in this recording: This recording starts off on the Woodcock Trail before taking the Old Coach Road Trail. A short right-hand turn to the Old Trolley Line Trail, then to the Fern Trail and finally to the Tulip Tree Trail and back to parking. For more details on the trails at the park, use the OpenTopoMap tiles in the trail map to see all of the other trails.

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45 '

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0.9 miles
Trail added
April 14, 2018
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April 14, 2018

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