About Attleboro Springs
Once a center for healing, complete with herb gardens, Attleboro Springs Wildlife Sanctuary at La Salette has long been a place for renewal and contemplation.
Nature has reclaimed the land, and it now provides habitat for forest birds as well as trails for all to enjoy.
Park Street, Attleboro, MA
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Trails: Open every day, dawn to dusk
→ For your safety and to avoid conflicts with wildlife, please follow our sanctuary guidelines during your visit.
Free, donations appreciated
Universally Accessible Trail
3 miles (universally accessible: 0.5 miles)
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- Rope-guided universally accessible Reflection Trail, an All Persons Trail that passes Brothers Pond and crosses a boardwalk over a vernal pool, with interpretation available in seasonal audio tours, large print, Braille, and tactile formats.
- Red maple swamp bordered by fragrant sweet pepperbush, footbridge crossing a quiet stream, and a large rock outcropping of puddingstone.
- Education pavilion at the trailhead that makes a great gathering spot for classes or groups.
- Programs and interpretive materials offered through Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary.
All of the land at our wildlife sanctuaries is protected. By conserving these open spaces, Mass Audubon, along with our members and partners, is able to fulfill its mission of protecting the nature of Massachusetts.
- No dog walking or horseback riding; please leave all animals and pets at home (service animals welcome)
- No walking off trail
- No collecting or picking natural items.
- No bike riding or operating motorized vehicles; day passes are available for powered mobility devices
- No running, swimming, or camping
- No operating drones or other remote-controlled vehicles
- No fishing, hunting, trapping, or releasing of animals
- No feeding wildlife
- No Smoking