Chorney – North Attleborough
- Chorney Property
- Ellis Road, North Attleborough, MA
- Trailhead: 41°58’26.83″N, 71°21’6.37″W
- Last Time Hiked: July 27, 2015
- Approximate distance hiked: 1.5 miles
The Chorney Property is a series of three large fields connected by small trails. There is an information kiosk at the parking area with a map. On the map there is a suggested route to follow which totals about a mile and a half. The route follows the perimeter of each field. The first and second fields are connected by a boardwalk that crosses the Seven Mile River. At the north end of the second field is a large red horse stable. You are likely to see a horse or two here but be sure to stay on the Chorney Property as the stables are private property. The second and third field are connected by a grass cart path that passes a stone wall. In the third field the summer months may offer several rolls of hay and the shrubs along the perimeter have an abundance of berries. This area is a haven for birds. Dragonflies, grasshoppers, and butterflies are commonly seen along this walk. Hunting is allowed here. There is information about hunting season at the kiosk.
I did not find a trail map for the walk.