Noble View Outdoor Center
GOOD FOR: Ages 5-8, Ages 9-12

Source:Submitted by rich stinnette
Address:635 S. Quarter Rd., Russell, MA 01071
Hours:9-dusk, but camping is allowed
Fee: Yes; for camping and cottage lodging

Bathrooms: Yes; brand new bath house.
Water/Snacks: Water bubbler, snacks are "bring Your Own"

Attractions include hiking, swimming, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, and the Appalachian Trail (AT) nearby.

360 acres of land to hike with kids.Trails all different lengths. One soon to be handicap accessible. We hiked and found over 2 dozen wildflowers on a trail that was less than a mile. Rolling hills to climb, picnic tables for snacks and firpits for s'mores in the evening. Older kids can hike to a beautiful waterfall. In winter, snowshoeing and cross country skiing is perfect to the trails.

Plan B:

Amelia Park Children’s Museum:

Where to Eat Nearby:

yes, Russell Inn


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