- Attleboro Springs Wildlife Refuge
- Park Street, Attleboro, MA
- Trailhead: 41°55’42.79″N, 71°15’53.06″W
- Last Time Hiked: May 19, 2013
- Approximate distance hiked: 2 miles
Starting at a small parking area at the end of the entrance road to La Salette Shrine a trail leads into the meadow. Soon you will come across the trail that is marked with blue circles. Follow that to the Esker Loop. Then follow the yellow circle trail back to the Piggery Path which leads back to the meadow. Photographers have been known to visit this spot to capture birds on film. Next, check out the Oak Forest Trail also marked in blue until after the boardwalk. The trail is then marked yellow the remainder of the way. The Oak Forest Trail gets quite narrow in places and can be buggy, but it is a beautiful trail nonetheless. Turn right at the Reflection Trail to visit Brothers Pond, the Puddingstone, and the Room of Oaks before heading back to the car. Here you will likely come across several species of birds, a handful of squirrels, rabbits, and frogs along the pond.
Trail map can be found at: Attleboro Springs