Slade Dale Sanctuary At A Glance...
About Slade Dale Sanctuary
The 13-acre Slade Dale Sanctuary is an important part of the local ecosystem, and is home to a number of unique animals and plants. This waterfront preserve along the North Branch Beaver Dam Creek is a predominantly tidal marsh, which provides habitat for various birds, including osprey, as well as passive recreation opportunities for the community.
Trail & Path Info
The trails seemed well maintained when we visited in 2019. They are rather flat but can get muddy after a big storm.
Also, since this location is along the water, mosquitoes can be a problem during the warmer months.
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