Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary Massachusetts Audubon - Woodland Wonderland Trail

Edgartown, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts Audubon sanctuaries are great places to visit, and Felix Neck, located on a thumb of land poking north into Sengekontacket Pond, is no exception. The well-maintained trails, all wheelchair accessible, lead to a variety of habitats, including forest, meadow, salt marsh, and freshwater ponds, providing visitors with ample opportunities for nature study as well as exercise. Also at the sanctuary is the Jessica Hancock Trail, a self-guided nature walk with an accompanying brochure, which is described previously. Note: Picnicking is permitted only in the parking area.
Walking the Cape and Islands

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Walking the Cape and Islands

by David Weintraub (Menasha Ridge Press)

Massachusetts Audubon sanctuaries are great places to visit, and Felix Neck, located on a thumb of land poking north into Sengekontacket Pond, is no exception.

The well-maintained trails, all wheelchair accessible, lead to a variety of habitats, including forest, meadow, salt marsh, and freshwater ponds, providing visitors with ample opportunities for nature study as well as exercise. Also at the sanctuary is the Jessica Hancock Trail, a self-guided nature walk with an accompanying brochure, which is described previously. Note: Picnicking is permitted only in the parking area.

©  David Weintraub/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Edgartown
Distance: 1
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary (Mass Audubon)
Local Maps: USGS Edgartown
Driving Directions: Directions to Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary (Massachusetts Audubon) - Woodland Wonderland Trail

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