Sippican Lands trust to offer reservations at Osprey Marsh
MARION — The Sippican Lands trust is offering specific reservation slots for visitors to its Osprey Marsh Accessible Boardwalk who are high risk or otherwise unable to safely distance.
Visitors needing a one-hour time slot can set up at an appointment at sippicanlandstrust.setmore.com for a visit to the boardwalk on Sundays from 3 to 4 p.m., Mondays from 10 to 11 a.m., Tuesdays from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. or Wednesdays from 1 to 2 p.m. To reserve one of these specific time slots, visit sippicanlandstrust.setmore.com.
Visitors not needing any special assistance can now visit the Osprey Marsh Accessible Boardwalk any day of the week without a reservation.
SLT’s 1,800’ Osprey Marsh Universally Accessible Boardwalk is located on Point Road in Marion. The project has been designed to minimize environmental impact and to maximize accessibility for infants in strollers, older adults, and persons with mobility impairments, including those in wheelchairs. The boardwalk proceeds from the Osprey Marsh parking area through maritime forest, wetlands, and fragile salt marsh habitat to a viewing platform overlooking Planting Island Cove.
Sippican Lands Trust continues to seek donations from the public to support the long-term maintenance of this boardwalk. More information about the project and how to support it can be found at https://sippicanlandstrust.org/2017/10/osprey-marsh-boardwalk-project/.