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Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

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Walking Stony Brook any time of year is wonderful- no noise except those of nature. No litter... read more

Reviewed 20 February 2018
dugas82018
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Norfolk, Massachusetts
Manageable stroll - Great for photography

Lovely gem! Magnificent views - peaceful and well maintained. This area has much open land (if... read more

Reviewed 16 January 2018
Pamela R
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108 North St, Norfolk, MA 02056-1538
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Reviewed 20 February 2018

Walking Stony Brook any time of year is wonderful- no noise except those of nature. No litter! Nature at its best.

Thank dugas82018
Reviewed 16 January 2018 via mobile

Lovely gem! Magnificent views - peaceful and well maintained. This area has much open land (if the developers are kept in line by the local Select Board that is!) so wildlife sightings are plentiful! I have identified bobcat and moise prints in the area, so...More

Thank Pamela R
Reviewed 15 November 2017

Recently Hubby & I wanted to stroll around somewhere nearby as we had a beautiful autumn afternoon. After checking online for various parks, we chose this Audubon. Just a little bit beyond Gillette Stadium is a quaint town of Norfolk with a lovely peaceful park....More

Thank lighthouselady63
Reviewed 11 April 2017

This is a great place to learn or just take in the world around us. A very peaceful walk through a natural habitat. See birds of all different varieties plus water creatures!

Thank doctor4444
Reviewed 28 June 2016

I went in May and the boardwalk had been shut down to to structural safety concerns. That takes away from much of the scenery so I would recommend waiting for it to be repaired first. They did let me and my parents in for free...More

Thank puffycoombes
Reviewed 11 November 2015

We've been visiting Stony Brook regularly for more than thirty years since it's less than two miles from our home. It's a great place for a nature walk with young children as you can walk most of the trails in under an hour. There are...More

Thank 76Ann
Reviewed 22 October 2015

We were there during a cold spell so didn't see much wild life but did enjoy the nice walk around the property. It is one of the only nature trails I have ever seen with a rope for the blind to follow and brail to...More

Thank Pettitt5
Reviewed 1 September 2015

I wouldn't travel a great distance to come here, but then I am fortunate that, for me, there is no need to. I walked the whole property there about a week ago and only ran into two other people - both, like me, taking solo...More

Thank Murray300
Reviewed 30 August 2015 via mobile

Very easy to navigate this small wildlife reservation. Small admission charge. Wide boardwalk brings you beside a couple ponds. Saw many turtles and birds. Both loops took less than a half hour.

Thank sunnysal
Reviewed 4 July 2015 via mobile

I have been coming here for a few years now thanks to a family friend who brought me here when I was younger. It was so relaxing and I loved finding different types of animals and just enjoying being in nature. My most recent visit...More

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