We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews parker river bird watching piping plovers visitor center snowy owl bring binoculars national park pass entrance fee salt marsh wonderful place to explore late summer off season parking lot beautiful beach love this place sea birds bike ride
We don’t go often, but this is a special place and worthy of many visits at any time of the year. Nature and the seasons dictate what you can explore;
but, it doesn’t matter. Each time of year has its highlights. Bring binoculars and a...More
This place is a gem! On the weekends they offer free tours in a van with a guide . Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons. A group of 14 people are taken out with a tour guide and get to see a lot of behind the...More
I visited here several years ago and decided I needed another trip. It was raining when we arrived so we visited the visitor center. The staff in there was very informative. The displays were great and helped us plan what we wanted to see while...More
This is the southern part of Plum Island reached by a causeway from Newburyport. The refugee is a Federal property, and there is an entrance fee. It is several miles along a paved road from the entrance to the tip of the island. It is...More
This place is not far alway from Boston. But the beach is very nice, which is comparable to Cape Cod. And there are many birds on the right side. You may find snowy owl there on winter.
They charge 5 dollars per car, but leave...More
I cycled here whilst staying on Plum Island.
It was beautiful and plenty of bird hides - or blinds. Amazing access to the beach too though this is not possible April to mid August whilst the piping plovers are nesting. Saw lots of birds but...More
I almost don’t want to tell anyone about this lovely gem. Uncrowded, very reasonable parking. Beautiful stretch of beach with grassy dunes and adorable piping plovers skittering about. Water was warm enough to enjoy. Lovely views across to Cranes and Cape Ann. A national treasure.
This Refuge is a gem. Miles of natural salt marsh that are virtually untouched and look much the way they must've appeared 300 years ago. Birds are everywhere and the road leading you in has plenty of pull outs where you can sit and watch...More
Not sure of the location of the reading nook, but we walked every trail in the park except the Bird Blind trail as the small parking lot was always full. I think the reading nook may be located at the park headquarters and... More
Not sure of the location of the reading nook, but we walked every trail in the park except the Bird Blind trail as the small parking lot was always full. I think the reading nook may be located at the park headquarters and visitors center located before the main park entrance. It's a large building with a classroom, auditorium and library. Below is the information that my help you.
The refuge headquarters and visitor center is located at 6 Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport, MA, 01950. Phone: (978) 465-5753. General email address: email@example.com.