Open year-round, sun up to sun down. $5 trail fee for adults, 18 & under free, members always hike free.
The Hidden Brook Boardwalk was dedicated on September 1st, 2016 and was built to provide a universally accessible path for all. The boardwalk has had a profound impact on who can experience the beautiful sanctuary and all it has to offer. A spectacle in itself, those that visit are equally amazed at the boardwalk as they are to its purpose.
Stretching nearly a third of a mile, the Hidden Brook Boardwalk welcomes visitors and members right from the doors of the Cook-Albert Fuller Center to the ridges, swales, flora and fauna of the sanctuary. It is fully accessible year-round,
In its first year, the boardwalk has also given those with vision and hearing impairments a level of comfort while walking the sanctuary. With the installment of several observation platforms along the boardwalk, the goal is to install interpretative panels. These panels will feature specific areas and points of interest along the way. However, they will be not only for those who can see and hear, they will be able to be fully interpreted for those with visual and hearing impairments.