Hike the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Trail

Hike the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Trail

Ipswitch River Wildlife Parking Lot

Distance

1.3 Miles

Elevation Gain

75 Feet

Activities

Camping, Photography, Snowshoeing, Hiking

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Type

Loop

Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Handicap Accessible
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

The Ipswitch River Wildlife Sanctuary will have you in awe at lush verdant foliage and colorful wildflowers, the peaceful river, and the striking wildlife. Great place to bring the kids.

Park in the Ipswitch River Wildlife Sanctuary parking lot at the end of Perkins Row.  You can turn left on Rockery Trail or right on Innermost Trail for this 3.5-mile loop. Boardwalk trail makes this hike accessible for all levels. Dogs are not allowed. 

Photos: jgull85Ben SarenAndy Gregorowicz

Community Photos

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

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Great Family Hike Through Nature

Kids had a great time exploring! Very scenic.

Distance

1.3 Miles

Elevation Gain

75 Feet

Activities

Camping, Photography, Snowshoeing, Hiking

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Type

Loop

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