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view through trees to pond in fall at Oak Knoll
Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary, Attleboro

Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary

Plan Your Visit

Oak Knoll, just minutes from downtown Attleboro, offers a natural respite with wooded trails and boardwalk winding through a red maple swamp, upland forest, and freshwater marsh, and around the lake’s perimeter.

Property Regulations

  • Foot travel only; please stay on trails (day passes are available for powered mobility devices)
  • Dog walking and horseback riding are prohibited; please leave all animals and pets at home (service animals welcome)
  • Camping, collecting, smoking, hunting, fishing, releasing of animals, and feeding wildlife is prohibited.
  • Commercial photography needs prior approval; please see all photography guidelines.

Facilities

  • Parking
    Parking
  • Restrooms, Universally Accessible
    Restrooms, Universally Accessible
  • Nature Center/Museum, Universally Accessible
    Nature Center/Museum, Universally Accessible
  • Picnic Tables
    Picnic Tables

Explore Oak Knoll

  • Nature Play structure at Oak Knoll
    Nature Play Area at Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary, Attleboro
  • Boardwalk Trail at Oak Knoll
    Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary, Attleboro
  • Turtle at Oak Knoll
    Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary, Attleboro
  • Boardwalk with leaves through a green forest
    Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary, Attleboro © Joseph Silvia

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