Spring Walks in Bolton

Spring Walks

Join the Bolton Conservation Commission for three “Spring Walks” on Friday mornings in April, May and June.  We will be looking for wildflowers and emerging plants, listening to migrating and resident bird song and exploring the uniqueness of each conservation area.  Each walk will begin at 9:00 a.m. and last approximately 2 hours.  Spring trails can be wet, muddy and slippery, so please wear shoes that provide ankle support, traction and can get dirty.  The walks will be held in good and fair weather but cancelled in steady, heavy rain. 

  • April 26 – Rattlesnake Hill Conservation Area.  Meet in the parking lot located between 185 and 215 Main Street (just west of Bolton Spring Farm).
  • May 17 – Vaughn Hills Conservation Area.  Meet in the parking lot located 239 and 271 Vaughn Hill Road (nearest the Still River Road end of Vaughn Hill Road)
  • June 14 – Welch Pond Conservation Area.  Meet in the parking lot located 326 and 376 Wattaquadock Hill Road (south of Sunset Ridge Condominiums).  *Wear boots or footwear for exploring in the pond edge.

Pre-registration is not required but if you have questions or want to let us know your coming please contact Carol Gumbart at 978-779-3304 or concom@townofbolton.com

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I am the Town Planner for the Town of Southborough MA
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