Norris Reservation

4.741 Votes Currently Open
  • Address: Norwell, MA 02061, USA, United States
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Tags: Park, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids

Norris Reservation is a lovely park located in Norwell, Massachusetts. Established on the banks of the North River, the park is famous amongst locals for its hiking trails. These are well-marked trails spread over more than two miles. The landscapes are a perfect combination of easy trails and challenging hike making it a great place for everyone. The trails will take you through the woods to a serene lake that welcomes everyone with scenic vistas. Coming here after a tiring walk and sitting on the shores admiring its beauty will soothe your mind. Consider coming here with your loved ones to spend some quality time in the heart of nature.

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  • Norris Reservation Address: Norwell, MA 02061, USA, United States
  • Norris Reservation Timing: 24-hrs
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Norris Reservation Reviews & Ratings

  • Great place to walk the dog! The trails are well maintained but get a little narrow at parts, so be caution to people whose dogs aren't dog friendly (also please use a leash for heaven's sake). Beautiful views of the river and seems a good place for biking as well. There is a little viewing cabin halfway around the trail which has seating.

  • wife and i walked walked in around 9:21 am 9-21- 19 i have walked by my several times and been doing it for many many years great place to go for a nice walk and see all what God has to offer with nature i will 100% return many times and will recommend this place

  • Love walking my dog here! So much beauty in nature. Reggie and I love it! Little waterfalls and picnic areas in the sun. A big river and tons of tiny creeks. Just relaxing and pretty.

  • Great trails for hiking with dogs.

  • Fun place to go and walk with pets, friends, and family. It is small but still feels long enough that it is not repetitive.

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