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Take A Walk at Audubon Greenwich

Fall is a great time for hiking the area's many nature trails and reconnect with nature. Audubon Greenwich is the perfect place to enjoy peace while discovering the natural world. 

Audubon Greenwich manages seven nature sanctuaries all of which are open to the public. Visitors are welcome to visit 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset. To help us preserve these natural places, we ask that visitors please observe our rules below.

There is an admission fee for the trails and center at our Main Sanctuary: $6 adults, $3 youth/seniors, FREE for National Audubon Society members.

Visitors are encouraged to follow Visitor Guidelines  to help Audubon better preserve its biodiversity and natural character of their sanctuaries, please follow these visitor guidelines:

  • Please leave bikes, pets, and horses at home.
  • Please 'pack in and pack out' any garbage.
  • Individuals or couples can jog in the sanctuary, but larger jogging groups are not permitted on the trails.
  • Hikers can help Audubon reduce erosion by staying on the pathways & trails.
  • Take only photos and leave only footprints. These are private sanctuaries for nature and Audubon invites people to visit. During your visit, please do not disturb wildlife, collect plants, or pick wildflowers.
  • Please observe any signs indicating when hiking trails are closed—this is for your safety. Trail access may be limited from early fall through mid-winter due to land management activities. This occurs mainly on weekdays and during early morning hours. If you have any questions about our land management activities, please contact the Center Director at 203-930-1350 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
  • The Audubon Greenwich mission is to engage and educate people to conserve, restore, and enjoy nature—focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats. 

    Audubon Greenwich encompasses 686 acres on seven sanctuaries and private parcels in Greenwich, including the Main Sanctuary (and Audubon Center) located at 613 Riversville Road. Our center opened its doors in 1943, as the National Audubon Society’s first environmental education center, and has been welcoming visitors and serving as a leader in place-based nature education ever since.

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