Massachusetts Nature, Waterfalls September 11, 2019
Discover A Small Waterfall Along Mass Audubon’s Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary Trails In Massachusetts
Waterfalls are some of nature’s prettiest creations. Massachusetts is actually full of them, but not all are easy to reach. However, this charming cascade in Natick is located less than a mile from the Nature Center and just waiting to be discovered. Here are the details.
Located near Natick, Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary is a beautiful nature preserve hiding a charming waterfall. You can reach it via a short and sweet hike that is fun for all ages.
Broadmoor has 9 miles of trails with multiple loops which means you don’t have to double-back to reach your starting point and can make your walk shorter or longer as desired.
The waterfall itself is of manmade origin, but that doesn’t make it any less pretty! The cascade dips down two levels and is incredibly photogenic.
Broadmoor does not allow picnicking on the trails, but does have a designated picnic area with picnic tables just outside the Nature Center.
During your hike, you may pass a couple smaller waterfalls and rivulets that are equally charming. Try to venture out after a large rainfall for your best chance of spotting these.
Visitors should check in at the Nature center for a map and the latest trail information. Admission is free for Mass Audubon Members, for Non-Members rates are: Adults: $6, Seniors and children under 12: $4.
The trails are fine for all skill levels and small children. Pack a snack, enjoy the scenery, and discover this lovely waterfall trail at Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary.
You can find out more about hiking through Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary by clicking
here. For more of the best trails in Massachusetts, check out this list of our favorites.
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