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Norris Reservation

63 Reviews
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MS06 wrote a review Jul 2020
Boston1,340 contributions196 helpful votes
It's very pleasant walking through the woods, and the trails are very well signposted. With Covid-19 some of the trails are one way (not that everyone observed the rules). The parking is very limited so get there early.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Traveljmr wrote a review Mar 2020
Scituate, Massachusetts175 contributions31 helpful votes
Norris Woods is delightful. Trails are varied, most are wide and flat and some take you by ponds, woods and the beautiful North River. Always friendly people usually walking dogs. Parking can be tricky as the lot is small but it is beautifully maintained by the TTOR.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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ShelSouthShore_MA wrote a review Feb 2020
South Shore, MA431 contributions106 helpful votes
This is a great place to take a peaceful walk. The terrain is varied but easily walkable. The trails lead to a walk around a pond and down to the North River where you can see wildlife like seals and birds! Parking is limited.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Smottnorwell wrote a review Jan 2020
Boston19 contributions15 helpful votes
I walk here two or three times a week and it's a beautiful walk through the woods and along the North River, with places to stop and sit on benches or at a boat house on the river, three different trails.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Alan Z wrote a review Aug 2019
Tampa, Florida1,457 contributions155 helpful votes
What a great place to get back to nature. We took about a one hour walk and we barely touched the amount of trails available. There was a lot of people walking on this beautiful afternoon in July. Some alone, some with kids and other with their dogs. There are picnic area and tables for those who want to carry in. Many people were fishing in the mill pond we went by. Trails are are marked and easy to follow. Only the trail from the parking lot to the mill pond is wheel chair accessible. Most of the trails are easy walking with a few inclines and hills, but with all the tree roots in some areas, wheelchairs would not be accessible. The forest consists mainly of pine and oak natural growth, so even on a hot day the trails are mainly shaded. They are open 365 days from sunrise to sunset.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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