613 Riversville Road
REGION: Fairfield County, Coastal Fairfield Region CT.
Nonmembers: Adults $3,
|The 285-acre sanctuary has approximately seven miles of trails.
Ecosystems at the sanctuary include large open fields, successional
thickets, young and mature forests of mixed oak, beech, and maple, Mead
Lake, shrub swamps, several vernal pools, Indian Spring Pond
(human-made and present throughout the year), red maple swamps, and a
small grove of hemlock trees. Also at the sanctuary are a beautiful old
apple orchard, honeybee hives, wildflower meadows, a butterfly garden,
and bird feeding station.
Open daily from sunrise to sunset
Come enjoy peace and nature on our trails. Audubon
Greenwich manages seven nature sanctuaries all of which are open to the
public. Visitors are welcome to visit 365 days a year from sunrise
to sunset. To help us preserve these natural places, we ask that
visitors please observe our rules below.
There is an admission fee for the trails and center at our Main Sanctuary: $6 adults, $3 youth/seniors, FREE for National Audubon Society members.