Rockery Trail

Topsfield, Massachusetts 01983

Elevation Gain82ft
Trailhead Elevation111ft
Elevation Min/Max34/111ft
Elevation Start/End111/111ft

Rockery Trail

Rockery Trail is a hiking trail in Topsfield, Massachusetts. It is 0.3 miles long and begins at 111 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 82 feet. Parking Lot and another parking, Bradstreet Hill (elevation 105 feet), and the Visitors Center information office are near the trailhead. There are also restrooms. The trail ends near the Rockery bare rock. This trail connects with the following: Innermost Trail, Waterfowl Pond Trail, Rockery Loop and Drumlin Trail.

Rockery Trail Professional Review and Guide

"Descend from a drumlin field through swamp habitats to a pond and enchanting rock garden. The Rockery Trail begins at the edge of a grassy field next to the Audubon offices and resource center complex, which sits on a drumlin.

All trails at the sanctuary descend this hill formed of mineral deposits left by glaciers of the last ice age, 15,000 years ago. Special Features: Audubon bird observatory and program center, and Fantastic rock garden and grotto, and marsh boardwalk."

Rockery Trail Reviews

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Great hike with ponds and a very cool rock garden. Great hike to do with kids who love to climb and explore.
wonderful birds and interesting rock formation. Part of Audabon sanctuary. Fee for non-members. No pets. Many other trails in the sanctuary.

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Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary
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