Hike the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Trail
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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.
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