Things to Do at Shaw Nature Reserve
  • Hiking
  • Play with your kids
  • Picnic
  • Bird watching
  • Look at flowers
  • Walking
  • Nature journaling
  • Photography
  • Painting  
  • Jogging
  • Meditation
  • See a prairie
  • Take a class
  • Observe nature
  • Spend time with family
  • Buy nature books
  • Make memories
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Use your GPS
  • Volunteer
  • Take family photos
  • Read a book
  • Play in the creek
  • Biking
  • Observe wildlife
  • Spend time with friends
  • Take a date

 

Don't Miss It!

Trail Runs!
Every Thursday Morning meet at 8 a.m. at the Visitor's Center. 3–6 miles. All paces welcome.

StoryWalk® Project
Read a story while walking along with your whole family. Each month a new story is featured on a different trail. Stop in at the Visitor's Center to see where the StoryWalk is this month! Call ahead to make sure StoryWalk is out if we have had bad weather.
The StoryWalk® Project was created to promote physical fitness and literacy skills by Anne Ferguson, Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition, and the Kellogg Hubbard Library.


 

 

Plan Your Visit

Click below for some suggestions of walks and hikes to help you familiarize yourself with Shaw Nature Reserve. With the help of our trail map and these tips, we hope you will explore at least a bit of the 2400 acres that make up Shaw Nature Reserve.

Plan Your Visit

Photo Exhibit


Head over to the Bascom House to view the wonderful wildlife photography on display taken by Danny Brown.