's nine miles of walking trails guide you through a variety of field, woodland, and wetland habitats. A quarter-mile All Person's Trail and Boardwalk along the bank of Indian Brook and over the marsh offers great opportunities for birdwatching, photography, and sketching, and is completely wheelchair (and stroller) accessible.
To enjoy this site in the winter, bring your snowshoes. Stroll along the edge of Indian Brook, which flows into the Charles River at the sanctuary, and look for wood ducks and signs of beavers and otters from the 110-foot-long bridge. Take a tape-recorded tour of the sanctuary's nature center, which is complete with solar heating, photovoltaic panels which provide electricity to the nature center, and composting toilets, to learn about "green" architecture.Broadmoor
offers events for children, families, and adults throughout the year; consult the website for details.
Broadmoor offers a summer camp
during which campers connect with nature and each other in a safe, fun, outdoor exploration camp setting. Visit the camp website
to download the program brochure, which includes: registration information, program descriptions, schedules, and fees.