Bristol Blake State Reservation

Address

108 North St., Norfolk, MA 02056
Historic site

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Overview

Ponds, marshes, and fields cover 140 acres of this former sawmill complex. Trails and boardwalks allow you to get close to nature and offer amazing views of wildlife, with snowshoeing available in the winter.

Hours

Sunrise to sunset

Parking

Parking is available at the Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary lot.

Activities

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Hiking & walking

Travel along trails and boardwalks for a variety of wildlife viewing. Find turtles and great blue herons at Stony Brook Pond and Teal Marsh.

All Activities

  • Hiking
  • Snowshoeing
  • Educational programs

Facilities

  • Restrooms
  • Visitors center

Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms

Restrictions

  • No alcohol
  • No pets 
  • No picnicking
  • No littering
  • No fishing
  • No hunting
  • No running
  • No biking
  • No motorized vehicles
  • No drones
  • No smoking
  • Stay on marked trails

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Admission fees

There is an admission fee for the Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary. 

Mass. Audubon Members & DCR Parks Pass holders

Free

Adults $4
Children (2-12) $3
Seniors (65+) $3

 

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