Rocky Woods Reservation6 Votes
- Address: Rocky Woods Reservation Entrance, Medfield, MA 02052, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-5087850339
- Tags: Hiking Trail, Family And Kids, Adventure Sport
With over six miles of hiking trail, the Rocky woods Reservation in Norfolk County is a hiking paradise with woodlands, wetlands as well as a number of natural ponds. Sprawling over 491 acres, the preserve with its challenging rugged terrains is perfect for mountain biking, horseback riding as well as dog walking apart from hiking. With the advent of winter, you can enjoy activities like snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. The ponds are perfect for catch and release fishing. There are also a number of steep granite walls, rock formations and boulder caves where you can enjoy rock climbing. Narrow ravines and glacial erratic are other attractions you will encounter while exploring the trails. Altogether the ponds, rock formations and trails make this place a perfect backpackers’ delight.
How to Reach Rocky Woods Reservation
- Cover on foot.
Rocky Woods Reservation Reviews & Ratings
Such a nice area of trails! Lots of choices and you feel like you are miles away from civilization. There's a good amount variation and the trails are maintained well.
New England woods with well kept hiking trails and a lovely overlook view. Well worth the $5 parking fee.
Conveniently located a short walk from a dear friend's home, this park is a lovely respite from the city, complete with multiple trails which connect also to other reserves, streams , & peace- inducing beauty. This is good for kids and adults, and even daily (or less frequent) visits.
Such a beautiful spot to go hiking. Love the fact there are various trails ranging in various difficult from easy to hard. Great place to have a picnic and to enjoy nature. I went Saturday with my girlfriend and it was peaceful. We got some good views before the trees will be in full bloom.
Nice hiking spot. They have some great picnic tables right on the pond. The kids love it. Trails are indeed rocky so wear good shoes. Most of it is not stroller accessible so don't bother bringing one unless you do the red trail. Only knock on the place is when people have their dogs off leash in the on leash zone.