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Keep your expectations to a minimum and you won't be disappointed. The "hike" is .4 each way from the parking lot (note: only room for 4 or 5 cars). The boardwalks are VERY slippery, moss, moisture and little sunlight make for treacherous footing. The Rhododendrons...More
This is a sweet little park that has protection for a rare species of Rhododendrons (native). They bloom later than the common ones, so head there 2-4 weeks after the other Rhodies have finished. They are protected from deer (which we have seen!) by an...More
Not much to this place. Park on the side of the road by the trail map and walk up the street a few feet, you will see the trail entrance. Trail very boggy and not well marked. Would not want to come here in the...More
It's nice that the Trustees are preserving a rare stand of Rhododendron, but if they're not in bloom, there's nothing much to see. Just a tiny hike through private property to get to a fenced-in enclosure with a few spindly, sparsely-leaved rhododendrons. While this site...More
I went this past weekend to see the rhododendrons in bloom but they were shut tight still. The stand is currently in a deer proof pen that has a gate for visitors to get inside and the Town of Medfield and The Trustees have worked...More
There may have been Rhododendrons here years ago; but over time, the trees have grown up an blocked off all the sunlight and killed most of the Rhododendrons. There are almost zero Rhododendrons left and the area is fairly swampy and full of mosquitoes in...More
I like to loop this in with a number of hikes in the area. When in bloom the Rhododendrons are very impressive as the trail takes you next to and through the rhododendrons themselves. The trail is not big enough to qualify as a walk...More