Angle Tree Stone – North Attleborough/Plainville

This will be the shortest hike you will stumble upon on this website, however, it is a cool spot to check out if you are in the neighborhood. From High Street follow the left (unpaved) driveway to a small parking area. From the parking area, follow the dirt path to the stone building. In the building, through a glass enclosure, you will see the stone that marks where the Angle Tree once stood. This was the point (and still is) where the angle in the boundary between Plymouth Colony and Massachusetts Bay Colony was. From this point due west to Cumberland and east northeast to Weymouth was the boundary. Just beside the monument you will see a trailhead that is rather inviting. It does lead to private property though.

TWRI-ATS

A view of the Entire “Hike”

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