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Acorn Trail is a 3.4 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Foxborough, Massachusetts that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.4 mi Elevation gain 370 ft Route type Out & Back
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Running Forest Views
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Lisa Menzies
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Stayed along the yellow marked trail so it was pretty easy to make the loop.

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Thomas Horton
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Frank Allen
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A beautiful cool day with a light rain fantastic trails, and good company. I only saw one other person on the trails.

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Monique Jankowski
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Exploring new trails

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Monique Jankowski
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Hiking

Beautiful trails, feels like the mountains

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Debra Brucato
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Pink blazes but not well marked so got lost early. Nice park grounds though and good outdoor space for some local training. Some flooded areas in low spots due to recent rains.

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Luke Feng
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Lauren Dillingham
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HikingOver grown

I found this trail to be difficult to follow at times and went off a few times. I ran it. The run back was a well marked wide trail that was much easier.

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Megan Turillo
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DO NOT follow the directions linked to this trail. It bings you to the wrong end of the park and the wrong trail. This is the third time AllTrails has done this to me. The trailhead is at the main entrance to F Gilbert Hills State Park. It’s the pink blazes.

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Sandi Stowe
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Acorn Trail (pink blaze) is 2.2 miles one way. It is not a loop. It is a moderate trail. It has an elevation gain of 500 feet which is achieved by going up and down several hills through boulder fields with beautiful forest on either side, very little brush, perfectly marked trails. It took me with a bad knee 2 1/2 hours round-trip. A great trail for a little scrambling (minor). This trail has large rocks as you might guess however these are not a problem, act more like stairs, very stable. The other trails/roads in this park are mostly for mountain bikes and tend to be rolling the stones which are annoying underfoot. So I’d stick with Acorn both ways. It’s perfect for an aerobic hike after shopping or doctors at Patriots Place. Ten minutes away going south. I’ll do this trail again. I loved it.!

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Matt Gr
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Josh Griffin
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Rachael Gallagher
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Matthew Goebel
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Brenda Trapani
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Roseanne Graber
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mary carberry
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David Nolan
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Adam Oliveira
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Frank Allen
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David Nolan
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Tom Garrahan
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Christopher Harrington
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Hamzah Henshaw
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Benjamin Swan
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Savanna Osborne
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Frank Allen
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Frank Allen
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Christopher Harrington
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