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I had heard of Madame Sherri’s castle ruins and forest for years and always wanted to visit. Last weekend we finally made the trip. I’m so glad we did! What an interesting place and back story on Madame Sherri! The ruins are not far from...More
We happened to visit & hike the Ann Stokes Loop after a lot of rain, so the trail was particularly swampy and buggy. Much of the trail is made from run-off areas, so that didn't help. Overall, it's a nice place to visit (the parking...More
My father and I visited the Madam Sherri Castle Ruins at the Madam Sherri National Forrest. It was an amazing place to see.
My only two complaint was the parking area was pretty small and was quite muddy as it was raining earlier in the...More
We decided to get one more hike in before we headed out of town and back to FL. Found this place on google. Way out in the middle of no where but so worth the hike. Interesting story about Madame Sheri and the lady that...More
This should get higher ratings but the main parking area holds 14 vehicles at most and big rigs can have problems. I definately needed a spotter to back out. There is overflow parking nearby. Do not park off the road for tickets are issued.
Enjoyed reading about Madame Sherri, seeing the ruins of her home, and hiking the Anne Stokes Trail. It was a nice hour long hike, sometimes wet, and some rocky spots as well. The views at the top are beautiful! Bring water and bug spray!
My boyfriend and I went for a hike around here and enjoyed ourselves. The castle remnants are really cool and the hiking trails around them are well marked, moderate at times, but are worth the lookout points. I would suggest having bug spray as the...More
The drive from Brattleboro was beautiful and the site was calm, although more climbing than anticipated on trails to enjoy the vistas. I would love to learn more about Madame Sherri and plan to return to the park.