Family Walk at Noanet Woodlands, Dover, MA

Date and Time

Saturday, June 8, 2019, 9:30AM - 11:00AM


Caryl Park, Dedham Street, Dover, MA,
Massachusetts, Boston Area,


Registration is not required for this activity. However, you may wish to contact the leader(s) if you have any questions.


We will walk the popular Caryl Trail to an old mill site. Along the way, we will use magnifying glasses to see what lives under fallen logs and along the forest floor. We may also see some bird life including northern orioles and hawks. The walk is appropriate for all ages. From the high point of the trip we will have a view of the Boston skyline on a clear day. Please bring water, sun screen and insect repellent. Wear good shoes or hiking boots. The walks starts at 9:30AM at the Caryl Park parking area on Dedham Street in Dover. The leader is Chris Stix. For questions, contact him at The walk will cancel for rain, thunder and lightning. The walk is sponsored by AMC Boston Family Outings and Outdoors Rx.

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Related Link(s):

Noanet Woodlands
Outdoors Rx
AMC Boston Family Outings

Driving Directions

Take 195/128 South from the Mass Pike to Exit 17. Turn left onto Mass 135 West. Go 0.6 miles then turn left onto South Street. Go 1.1 miles then turn left onto Chestnut Street. Go 0.3 miles and then continue onto Dedham Street. Go a further 2.1 miles to the parking lot for Caryl Park on the left. The parking lot will be the first one on the left.

Noanet Woodlands



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(best time to call: before 8 PM)

Chris has an environmental studies degree from the University of Wisconsin. He leads Outdoorsrx trips for families in the Western suburbs of Boston. He also leads nature awareness trips, called Appreciating Nature. In 2014, Chris offered trained volunteer and crew naturalists in how to run nature awareness programs for families. He loves to hike and bike.

Tip of the Day

Ask your kids to sit quietly outside, close their eyes, and listen to the different sounds around them for a set time (try one minute). How many sounds did they hear? Were they all made by people?

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