Slocum's River Reserve12 Votes
- Address: Dartmouth, MA 02748, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-5089912289
- Tags: Hiking Trail, Family And Kids
Slocum's River Reserve is a famous hiking area in Dartmouth with a 910 meter of frontage along the Slocum’s river. You will be amazed at the horticulture nursery here besides having a large agricultural area that grows enough of corn and alfalfa. This is the best area for hunting in specific seasons. You can even walk along the beautifully maintained trail in the morning. There are plenty of trees and you can camp here for an entire day. There is a specific wetland in the reserve, where you can watch many of migratory birds in winter. You must carry your camera for sure in these parts.
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Slocum's River Reserve Reviews & Ratings
This is quickly turning into one of my favorite spots for a gentle Forest walk. Nestled amongst old farmland and hugging the brackish water of the nearby River, this welt rod end and loved property it's beautiful Escape. It is well kept and those who Traverse the many paths are friendly and seem to share the sense of that I held. I highly recommend this. It's a very short distance from Roots 195 in Dartmouth.
Grassy, easy, wide trails. Very picturesque .
Nice atmosphere filled with alot of fresh air
Amazing walk with lots of wildlife. Trails are well maintained and spacious. Can be muddy after a few days of rain but but terrible. Good spot to bring the dog, they are allowed on leash. Length of trail vary but the level is easy medium and are clearly marked. Short and long trails so there is something for everyone. In a beautiful setting and is a great place to relax and get on touch with nature.
Great walking trails right down to the Slocum River.