This Stunning Natural Area In Massachusetts Is Picture-Perfect For A Day Trip

Here in Massachusetts, we are grateful for the opportunity to explore our state’s gorgeous natural landscape. One such place that makes for an enchanting day trip is a relatively undiscovered area known as the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge. Laden with ponds, marshlands, and wildlife, this stunning oasis offers plenty of opportunities to interact with nature. Take a peek at the following photographs and see if you aren’t convinced to make a day trip to the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge.

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The Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge is located at 680 Hudson Rd, Sudbury, MA 01776. An alternative entrance can be found along White Pond Road in Stow. Kindly note that dogs are not allowed on the property, with the exception of service animals. For more information, including directions, trail maps, and more, be sure to visit the official website here.