There’s Never A Bad Time To Visit Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge In Massachusetts
Anyone from Massachusetts will tell you that the best way to spend a day in the Bay State is to get out in nature. However, choosing the best spot based on the specific time of year can be tough. When you visit Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, it won’t matter what the weather is like, because this natural oasis is perfect any time of year. This wildlife refuge spans across 3,850 acres in Sudbury and Concord along their massive rivers. No matter what corner of Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge you choose to explore, there’s endless wildlife viewing, nature hiking, and so much more to behold.
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Have you ever been to Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge? Did you visit the Sudbury unit, or Concord? We’d love to hear about your experiences in the comments, and don’t forget to then go share photos from your Massachusetts outdoor adventures with us in our Massachusetts Nature Lovers group on Facebook, or by tagging us at #onlyinmassachusetts on Instagram for a chance to be featured!
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E Jamar is a published writer based in Milwaukee, WI. Despite being a Midwesterner at heart, you can often find them trekking throughout the states and discovering new hidden gems. When they're not traveling, you can find them discussing disability issues, cuddling their pug puppy, and checking out new local spots.
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