Oak Knoll Wild Life Sanctuary is a 1.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Attleboro, MA that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Back Side is overgrown.
nice easy walk with kids through the woods, over a few bridges, and around a small pond. it's very short though. it's good for a one time visit.
nice short walk. not too many views but there is some wildlife to see. I went in mid March so the leaves haven't come back yet you could see the nearby houses through the trees, which spoils it for me a little.
I like the old colonial style stone walls from the old farm land markers.
nice, quick, quiet walk great for kids.
A hidden gem for birding and also a great place to bring kids for some easy hiking.
I did this one twice. The first time was on a weekday and there were many Moms on a nature hike with their children. The second time was early on a Saturday morning and there weren't many people. A previous reviewer said dogs are not allowed but there were several on the trail the first time I went; some on leash, some off leash. The Audubon Society has a good map, but it is called Attleboro Springs Wildlife Sanctuary at La Salette, OR Oak Knoll Wild Life Sanctuary. The directions on the trail can be a little confusing in conjunction with the map from the Audubon Society.
Beautiful trail during fall. Colors automatically pop! Wish there was more lake tho...water levels are low. There are a lot of roots to be careful of tho.
Very pretty and well kept, short and easy, dogs not allowed
Great established trails. Could use some more dirt on the oak trail. Too many roots can make you trip
It was a great little hike. The wildlife was fairly abundant today. I witnessed wild turkeys, mallards swimming, and a 3-4 baby turtles. The field before the trail was also full of Easter eggs! There was an Easter Egg hunt going on for little children this morning.
This is a very easy hike suitable for taking small kids. One drawback is that it is the trail is in sight of a number of nearby houses. Even though there is only a single loop trail, nice maps are available. Also, it appears that geocaching is popular here as we spotted two caches amonst the rocks.