About Attleboro Springs

Pond at 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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Managed by Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary


Trails: Open every day, dawn to dusk


Free, donations appreciated

→ For your safety and to avoid conflicts with wildlife, please follow our sanctuary guidelines during your visit.


Universally Accessible Trail



Trail Mileage

3 miles (universally accessible: 0.5 miles)

Sanctuary Highlights

  • Rope-guided universally accessible Reflection 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.
  • Interpretive material and programs offered through Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary.