Really enjoyed the scenic views from this Audubon property. Walked most of the trails, including the red maple loop, Fox Hill, and Riverwalk. Enjoyed the solitude, the sun and the turtles in the pond. Didn't enjoy the geese, but at least they were only near the entrance. Lots of places to sit and watch for birds or other wildlife. Took about 90 minutes.
Well manicured trails make for a pleasant stroll with the family. Would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a peaceful retreat.
Wildlife galore at this historic Audubon property. Every time I go there I see something different. There are two viewing shacks for observation. Plenty of parking and no dogs allowed! Historic cemetery boarders property.
nature at its best,and birds that love to entertain you. Marshfield is fortunate to have two Audubon properties..enjoy!
This is a beautiful place to take a nice walk. Clean, clear paths and boardwalks. Bring bug spray on hot humid days or the mosquitos will eat you alive!!!! I have seen deer and other wildlife in addition to birds. It's quite lovely. Also, watch out for Canadian Geese "droppings".
This is a sanctuary for bird enthusiasts - it was formerly a farm so the landscape is also beautiful. You will see many birds (I have actually seen an owl too on my many treks). There are a few herds of deer that live on the grounds and mosquitos a plenty in the summer so wear bug spray.
Great little spot and so much to see with duck blinds, purple Martin nests and an elevated walkway the a forest swamp/marsh. Very cool spot and well cared for....