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As the name implies this sanctuary has trails that follow the shallow brook and allows the visitor to hear the sound of the water. There are a few more (longer) trailers that are a bit more strenuous, but nothing here would be considered anything more...More
This is one of the great places to go to walk in the woods. Icamehereas a child with my school (something they don't do anymore).I take my daughter here and it's a great hike. With the stream cutting thru most of it it's a peaceful...More
Every time I go there, I wonder why I haven't been there recently!
Fact is, it's a pretty long drive from my home, but the trails and woods are just beautiful and relaxing. The stream adds to the ambience and there is an abundance of...More
The last time I went it was the fall-- it's great to walk on the trails and along a small stream. There's usually not too many people there, but if it's a nice day it might be crowded. The only downside is that because it's...More
This was once a great place to go to but they let the building get run down and the some crazy cop arson burned it down. The state has done nothing to promote the site or anything to promote Thornton Burgess. If you go to...More
Laughing Brook Wildlife Sanctuary has well marked trails that are good for any age or ability to get up close to nature. They also sometimes offer nature programs that teach about the various plant and animal life there.
I didn't hear laughing at the brook but I did hear the brook and that sound with the fall colors was very soothing. Seriously, it's just off the road and if you're near Wilbraham or driving through Hampden, then stop for a moment, take a...More