Sudbury has 7 square miles of open space, 27% of the total, and 49 miles of public trails.
The major open space properties in Sudbury are: Assabet National Wildlife Refuge , SVT Dutton Road , Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge , Hopbrook Marsh Conservation Land , Lyons/Cutler Reservation , and Marlborough-Sudbury State Forest . There are 98 open space properties in total.
The largest open space landowners in Sudbury are: United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Town of Sudbury, Sudbury Valley Trustees, Department of Fish and Game, and DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation.
|Landowner||Properties||Area In Sudbury Acres|
|United States Fish and Wildlife Service||12||1155|
|Town of Sudbury||47||1153|
|Sudbury Valley Trustees||25||640|
|Department of Fish and Game||3||398|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||1||246|
See all 17 landowners in Sudbury
|Landowner||Name||Type||Area In Sudbury Acres||Trails miles|
|Assabet National Wildlife Refuge||Conservation||213||15|
|Sudbury Valley Trustees||SVT Dutton Road||Conservation||239||4|
|United States Fish and Wildlife Service||Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge||Recreation Ground||268||2|
|Town of Sudbury||Hopbrook Marsh Conservation Land||Conservation||98||2|
|Sudbury Valley Trustees||Lyons/Cutler Reservation||Conservation||68||1|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||Marlborough-Sudbury State Forest||Recreation Ground||246||1|