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Fall Hike in Brockton

  • Hancock Elementary School 125 Pearl Street Brockton, MA, 02301 United States (map)

Enjoy fall in the urban oasis of Brockton Audubon Preserve and Stone Farm Conservation Area! Join volunteer hike leader Rachel Thibeault for a 5-6-mile hike in Brockton. Brockton Audubon Preserve and Stone Farm Conservation Area make a total of 225 acres of conserved forest right in the city, and are complete with wetland boardwalks, trailhead parking, and interpretive signage throughout. Join Rachel as she guides you through these beautiful trails that are open to the public free of charge!

Sturdy boots and plenty of water are recommended. Participants must be able to hike 6 miles. Ages 12 and up. No pets, please. All participants must sign a liability waiver upon arrival.

Please meet at the Hancock Elementary School, 125 Pearl Street, no later than 9:45 am for a 10:00 am hike start.

This 20-foot glacial boulder can be found in the middle of the Brockton Audubon Preserve.  Learn more about the preserve…

This 20-foot glacial boulder can be found in the middle of the Brockton Audubon Preserve. Learn more about the preserve…

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